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beasley

n. (surname)

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Beasley, TX -- U.S. city in Texas
Population (2000): 590
Housing Units (2000): 232
Land area (2000): 1.003548 sq. miles (2.599176 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.003548 sq. miles (2.599176 sq. km)
FIPS code: 06272
Located within: Texas (TX), FIPS 48
Location: 29.496435 N, 95.917297 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 77417
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Headwords:
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Beasley

Beasley may refer to:

Beasley (Tampa)

Beasley is a neighborhood within the city limits of Tampa, Florida. The estimated population stands at 122. The neighborhood is part of the East Tampa region and is located within District Five of the Tampa City Council.

Beasley (surname)

Beasley is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Aaron Beasley, a United States-born National Football League cornerback
  • Allyce Beasley, a United States-born actress
  • Bruce Beasley (American sculptor), a United States sculptor
  • Cecil A. Beasley (1876-1959), American lawyer and politician from Alabama.
  • Cheri Beasley, a United States-born judge
  • Christine Beasley, a British-born dame and the Chief Nursing Officer of England
  • DaMarcus Beasley, a United States-born soccer player; brother of Jamar
  • David Beasley, a United States-born politician who served as the Governor of South Carolina
  • Debra Lafave, formerly Debra Beasley, a United States-born former teacher and registered sex offender
  • Eileen Beasley, Welsh language campaigner
  • Fred Beasley, a United States-born National Football League cornerback
  • Henry Beasley, Indian-born British officer and bridge player
  • Jamar Beasley, a United States-born soccer player; brother of DaMarcus
  • Jack Beasley, an Australian-born politician
  • Jere Beasley, a United States-born politician and Lieutenant Governor of Alambama
  • Jerome Beasley, a United States-born basketball player
  • John Beasley (actor), a United States-born actor
  • John Beasley (basketball), a United States-born basketball player
  • John Beasley (football player), a United States-born football player and color commentator
  • John Beasley (musician), a United States-born composer, pianist, producer, and arranger
  • Larry Beasley, a Canadian-born urban planner
  • Marco Beasley, a Neapolitan-British tenor and musicologist
  • Marsha Beasley, a United States-born competitive rifle shooter and coach
  • Michael Beasley, a United States-born basketball player
  • Pat Beasley, an English professional footballer and coach
  • Pierce Beasley, or Piaras Béaslaí, a Liverpool-born Irish Republican politician
  • Richard Beasley (politician), a United States-born, Canadian-residing businessman, politician, and soldier
  • Richard Beasley (author), an Australian author
  • Richard Beasley, convicted of luring three men to their deaths via a Craigslist ad in 2011
  • Richard Lee Beasley, an American politician from South Carolina
  • Sheree Beasley, An Australian murder victim
  • Simon Beasley, an Australian rules footballer
  • Thomas W. Beasley, American lawyer, political activist, businessman; co-founder of Corrections Corporation of America
  • Tom Beasley (born 1954), American football player

Usage examples of "beasley".

I could hear the weather report on TV, which made me think of a friend of mine, Warren Beasley, who used to be a weatherman.

Warren Beasley, the controversial radio personality, was probably the last person to talk to the popular young television executive.

This is Warren Beasley at the White House in Washington saying this is Warren Beasley at the White House in Washington.

Beasley served them tea and scones, and gave them a blanket to spread on the grass.

Beasley did not like such men or their connivings, but Arbigost whispered, “Why pay the auctioneer an unnecessary com­mission?

Some were in favor of consigning you and your vessel to perdition, but Prophet Beasley thought you might be worthy of the kingdom of God.

Roy was surrounded -- and shot from behind Beasley -- by that four-flush Riggs!

Beasley, do you remember last fall when you met Snake Anson with his gang up in the woods--and hired him to make off with me?

Beasley, do you remember last fall when you met Snake Anson with his gang up in the woods -- and hired him to make off with me?

And the Beasley mentioned he was one of the two biggest ranchers and sheep-raisers of the White Mountain ranges.

And the Beasley mentioned -- he was one of the two biggest ranchers and sheep-raisers of the White Mountain ranges.

He an' Al was pards once, an' now Beasley has most folks here believin' he got the short end of thet deal.