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Ri·ley

(rī'lē),
Conrad M., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Riley-Day syndrome.

Ri·ley

(rī-lē),
Harris D., Jr., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Smith-Riley syndrome.
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Mann declared that the six-year-old, who runs in the colours of the Life Of Riley partnership, had a long-term future over fences next term.
It isn't a Life of Riley on benefits when Jobseekers' Allowance is pounds 65.
A DOG who was found trapped down a manhole with a piece of rope tied around his neck is now living the life of Riley in a new home.
The Beeb hailed the shows - Life Of Riley starring Caroline Quentin and Roger Lloyd Pack in The Old Guys - as a major boost for the new Pacific Quay studios.
As fans, we always think that with all that money and fame he must be living the life of Riley.
He told The Times: "People need to appreciate that you can't work from 25 to 55 and then live the life of Riley to 95.
Rhine also wrote for radio programs that included ``The Life of Riley,'' ``G.
Charlie Mann revealed an ambitious plan for Life Of Riley after the six-year-old had maintained his 100 per cent record over jumps with an all-the-way success in the novice hurdle under Noel Fehily, writes Andrew King.
He can also currently be seen in the sitcom Life of Riley.
But Scottish crews were snubbed for the shooting of Life Of Riley and The Old Guys, both aired UK-wide earlier this year.
IT'S official - the life of Riley is a fun one, if the picture of the Yorkshire referee and Newcastle United midfielder Joey Barton is anything to go by.
I know you think I have the life of Riley, and I'm certainly not complaining, but just to give you an idea of the schedule that sometimes wrecks my body clock, last Friday night I commentated on Porto v Valencia in the European Super Cup Final in Monte Carlo.