urban

Definition funny of Housley:

urbanHousley derives from the word "wanderer" and comes from a famous Housley being closely associated with the famous Wandering Minstrel. Housley can often be found hidden in a crowd and generally doing nothing. Housleys are known to sneak in the night and are often found to be nocturnal and are strange creatures often found to need to take stimulants to be able to stay awake during the day

urbanYou've been gone for ages are you a Housley? I can't believe you have so much energy...are you a Housley?

songs

Songs about Housley:

songsI Will (feat. Tamera Mowry-Housley) by Jerome Wiggins from the Album I Will (feat. Tamera Mowry-Housley)

songsFeeling You (Feat. Trigga Housley) by J.B. Hendricks from the Album Life After Love

books

Books about Housley:

booksHousley: Webster's Timeline History, 1902 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)

booksHousley pushes Irish into top spot.(Sports): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) by Gale Reference Team (Oct 5, 2007)

booksContemporary Authors: Biography - Housley, Norman (James) (1952-) (Mar 8, 2005)

booksBy Housley - Contesting The Crusades: 1st (first) Edition by Norman Housley (Mar 11, 2006)

booksPaul Housley: Sunday.(Night Paintings): An article from: Artforum International by Michael Wilson (May 1, 2009)

booksPaul Housley (Jan 1, 1999)

booksTranquil Power: The Art and Life of Perle Fine by Kathleen L. Housley by Kathleen L. Housley (2005)

wiki

Wiki information Housley:

Phil Housley
Professional Ice hockey Player, Olympic athlete, Person or entity appearing in film, Ice hockey player, Athlete, Person, Measured person

Phillip Francis Housley is a former American ice hockey player who played for the Buffalo Sabres, Winnipeg Jets, St. Louis Blues, Calgary Flames, New Jersey Devils, Washington Capitals, Chicago Blackhawks, and Toronto Maple Leafs. Housley is...

Adam Housley
Celebrity, Drafted athlete, Baseball Player, Person, Athlete, Measured person

Arthur Adam Housley is an American journalist and former professional baseball player. He joined Fox News Channel in 2001 as a Los Angeles-based senior correspondent. He does not use his given first name.