Definition of Laney
1. Noun. United States educator who founded the first private school for Black students in Augusta, Georgia (1854-1933).
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Literary usage of Laney
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1. Ecclesiastical History of England: The Church of the Restoration by John Stoughton (1870)
"Wren was succeeded by Dr. Benjamin laney, previously Bishop of Peterborough, who was translated ... laney seems to have been kind-hearted as well as able, ..."
2. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1920)
"... and Woody Fractures in Nickel-steel Gun Forgings BY CHARLES Y. CLAYTON,* MET. E., ROLLA, MO., FRANCIS B. FOLEY, f PITTSBURGH, PA., AND FRANCIS B. laney ..."
3. Cases on the Law of Partnership by Floyd Russell Mechem, Frank Lincoln Sage (1903)
"laney vs. FICKEL, et al Court of Appeals of Missouri, 1899. Mo. App. 60. Appeal from the Knox Circuit Court. Hon. Edwin E. McKee, Judge. Affirmed. ..."
4. The Court and Times of Charles the First: Illustrated by Authentic and by Thomas Birch, Cyprien de Gamaches, Cyprien, Robert Folkestone Williams (1848)
"Dr. Benjamin laney* to the Rev. John Cosens.3 Winton House, Jane 25, 1629. Your congratulations and well-wishes do add much to my living, though of itself ..."