Shirley

• (n.) The bullfinch.
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Shirley

[MBTA station] ==History== The Fitchburg Railroad opened to Shirley on December 30, 1844. Service - later operated by the Boston and Maine Railroad - lasted until the newly formed Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority began to subsidize service in 1965. The section of the line from West Concord to Fitchburg was outside the MBTA`s fundi...
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Shirley

[name] Shirley may be: == Given name == Before the publication of the novel Shirley by Charlotte Brontë in 1849 Shirley was an uncommon, but distinctly male name and would have been a very unusual name for a woman. Today it is regarded as a distinctly female name and an uncommon male name. The use of Shirley as a popular given name in the ...
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Shirley

Shir'ley noun (Zoology) The bullfinch.
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Shirley

Shirley is an English name for girls. The meaning is `bright meadow` The name Shirley is most commonly given to Flemish girls. (3 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Charley, Sharly, Sharlee See also: Shelley
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