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Definition funny of Greenlees:
A beautiful female, usually high society. Spunky, a true original.
Greenlee is a trust fund baby.
the act of hooking up with multiple kangaroos in one evening
When I went to Australia I did a greenlee every night.
Songs about Greenlees:
Find Rest (feat. Paul Greenlee) by Willie "PDub" Moore Jr. from the Album The Turning Point
3rd Eye Feat. Martha Greenlee by Ology Project from the Album Compilation Vol.1
Clownfish (Feat. Nikki Greenlee) by Jeannie McQueenie from the Album Mikey's Deep Sea Adventure
Greenlee [Explicit] by Meldrum from the Album Lifer [Explicit]
Hir-O Told Me ft. Greenlee by Red Pill & Hir-O Greenlee from the Album The Kick
Silent Night (feat. Terry Greenlee) by Jeff McCauley from the Album Believe in Christmas
Books about Greenlees:
The Greenlee Project by Amanda M. Thrasher (Jan 18, 2014)
The Spook Who Sat by the Door (African American Life Series) (Edition unknown) by Greenlee, Sam [Paperback(1989... (1989)
The Art of Rosaleen Norton [ with Poems by Gavin Greenlees ] by Rosaleen Norton and Gavin Greenlees, Rosaleen Norton and Keith Richmond (2013)
A Persistent Place: A Landscape Approach To The Prehistoric Archaeology Of The Greenlee Tract In Southern Ohio... by Matthew Purtill (Jul 5, 2012)
Genealogy of the Greenlee families: in America, Scotland, Ireland and England : with ancestors of Elizabeth Brooks... by Ralph Stebbins Greenlee and Robert Lemuel Greenlee (Aug 17, 2010)
Scribes and Scripture: New Testament Essays in Honor of J. Harold Greenlee by David Alan Black (Oct 1, 1992)
Greenlee County; the wonderland of Arizona by Phoenix Rush & Rush (Jun 26, 2010)
Wiki information Greenlees:
Dr. James Robertson Campbell Greenlees DSO & Bar was a Scottish rugby union footballer and educationlist. As a sportsman he played club rugby for Cambridge University R.U.F.C. and Kelvinside Academicals RFC and international rugby for Scotland. After...
Duncan Greenlees was a writer, theosophist and educationist of English origin.