Definition of Annie oakley
1. Noun. United States sharpshooter who was featured in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show (1860-1926).
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Literary usage of Annie oakley
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1. Cases on Measure of Damages by Isaac Franklin Russell (1909)
"Her professional name is annie oakley. As such she traveled with Buffalo Bill's ... It was asserted that annie oakley was a prisoner in the Harrison street ..."
2. American law reports annotated (1919)
"... under the name of "annie oakley," and that during this period she had exhibited constantly in this role in this country and in Europe, that she had more ..."
3. Readers' Theater Grade 5 by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Evan-Moor, Michael Ryall, Don Robison (2003)
"Tall Tales from the Wild West Narrator annie oakley Pecos Bill Paul Bunyan ... annie oakley: Better yet, I'll just shoot a hole in the coffee can. ..."
4. An Illustrated Treatise on the Art of Shooting: With Extracts from the Best by Charles. Lancaster (1906)
"I am, gratefully yours, " (Signed) annie oakley, "(Little Sure Shot)." Miss ANNIE OAKLEY again visited London with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in 1892. ..."
5. The Art of Wing Shooting: A Practical Treatise on the Use of the Shot-gun by William Bruce Leffingwell (1895)
"Then a vision appeared; a woman's form passed gracefully into the arena, hundreds of hands clapped their applause, and annie oakley, dressed in a tan- ..."
6. What Happened Today? by Jill Norris, Sharon Rosenberger (2001)
"annie oakley broke all existing records for women's trap shooting. ... annie oakley was part of Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show. ..."