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Arley, AL -- U.S. town in Alabama
Population (2000): 290
Housing Units (2000): 139
Land area (2000): 2.797911 sq. miles (7.246556 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.797911 sq. miles (7.246556 sq. km)
FIPS code: 02500
Located within: Alabama (AL), FIPS 01
Location: 34.081499 N, 87.210768 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 35541
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
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Arley may refer to:

  • The town of Arley, Alabama, United States
  • The village of Arley, Cheshire, England
  • The village of Arley, Warwickshire, England
  • The village of Upper Arley in Worcestershire, England, which has a station called Arley railway station on the Severn Valley Railway. Arley in Worcestershire is located on the opposite bank of the River Severn to Upper Arley.

Usage examples of "arley".

Now, with amusement healing old scars, she sold the recipes one by one to Arley Eisenstein, who gave her a percentage of his profits--substantial, given the cheesecakes' reborn stunning success.

He grinned, recalling the sign Arley Eisenstein had posted in the Delight's menu-holder the last time Ianira had sold him a recipe: "A Bite of History .

And I understand Ianira Cassondra's been selling Arley some ancient Greek cheesecake recipes-long lost delicacies and confections.

A line had formed, of course, in front of the Epicurean Delight, but when Arley saw Kit and Margo standing outside, he waved them in.

  You know she was the rector’s daughter, and somehow they are related to Sir Peter Arley: Miss Jenkyns thought a deal of that.

  It decked it when it went with its parents to spend a day or two at Arley Hall.

  Lady Arley, for instance, would occasionally give Miss Barkers the pattern of an old cap of hers, which they immediately copied and circulated among the elite of Cranford.

  I know we used to call Sir Peter, ‘Sir Peter’ - but he came much oftener to see us than Lady Arley did.

  What a lecture she read me on having asked him home to lunch one day, when she had seen the Arley carriage in the town, and thought that my lady might call.

He wondered what Arley Eisenstein had written on didn't make corporate decisions.

Like Arley, he glowed with a soft emerald light, except for his eyes, which were as black as night.

He grinned, recalling the sign Arley Eisenstein had posted in the Delight's menu-holder the last time Ianira had sold him a recipe: "A Bite of History.

But Residents always found a spot at one of the "reserved" tables Arley Eisenstein held for 'eighty-sixers.