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Casey, IL -- U.S. city in Illinois
Population (2000): 2942
Housing Units (2000): 1454
Land area (2000): 2.124249 sq. miles (5.501779 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.124249 sq. miles (5.501779 sq. km)
FIPS code: 11618
Located within: Illinois (IL), FIPS 17
Location: 39.299543 N, 87.990056 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 62420
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
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Casey, IA -- U.S. city in Iowa
Population (2000): 478
Housing Units (2000): 226
Land area (2000): 0.736540 sq. miles (1.907631 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.736540 sq. miles (1.907631 sq. km)
FIPS code: 11395
Located within: Iowa (IA), FIPS 19
Location: 41.506088 N, 94.520039 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 50048
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
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Casey -- U.S. County in Kentucky
Population (2000): 15447
Housing Units (2000): 7242
Land area (2000): 445.611569 sq. miles (1154.128617 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.116365 sq. miles (0.301383 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 445.727934 sq. miles (1154.430000 sq. km)
Located within: Kentucky (KY), FIPS 21
Location: 37.320994 N, 84.932578 W
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Casey (song)

"Casey" is a song written by Darren Hayes and Peter-John Vettese for Hayes' album This Delicate Thing We've Made. It was released as the fourth and final single from the album, and was his first single to be a download-only release. It managed to chart at #108 in the UK. The original version of the song does not appear on any of the download singles, however a radio edit was made and released. An eighty-second clip of the music video was released by Hayes on his YouTube account on 22 December 2007. The full clip debuted on Hayes' official website and YouTube account on 26 January 2008.

Casey (given name)

Casey is a given name, derived either from the Irish Gaelic cathasaigh, meaning vigilant or watchful, or from a combination of the initials K.C. It is in use for both boys and girls in the United States, often with variant spellings. It was the 326th most popular name for boys born in the United States in 2007 and the 458th most popular name for girls. It ranked among the top 200 names for both sexes in the 1990s. Variants include Caci, Cacey, Kacey, Kaci, Kacie, Kasey, Kaycee, Kayci, Kaysi, Kaysey, and Kaycie.

Casey (typeface)

Casey is a sans-serif typeface created and owned by the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation (KCRC), a transit operator in Hong Kong. The typeface was created in 1996 by Dalton Maag under the order of KCRC for use on the corporate identity of its railway system.

Casey (surname)

Casey is a common variation of the Irish Gaelic cathasaigh/cathaiseach, meaning vigilant or watchful. At least six different septs used this name, primarily in the Counties of Cork and Dublin.

People with the surname Casey include:

  • Adam Casey (born 1986), Australian soccer player
  • Al Casey (disambiguation)
  • Albert Vincent Casey (1920–2004), former United States Postmaster General
  • Ann Casey (born 1938), American professional wrestler
  • Anne Casey, New Zealand-trained nurse based in England, developer of Casey's model of nursing
  • Bernie Casey (born 1939), American football player and actor
  • Bill Casey (born 1945), Canadian politician
  • Bob Casey (baseball announcer) (1925–2005)
  • Bob Casey (rugby player) (born 1978), Irish rugby union footballer
  • Bob Casey, Jr. (born 1960), U.S. Senator (D-PA), son of late Pennsylvania Gov. Robert P. Casey
  • Cathal Casey (born 1967), Irish hurler
  • Conor Casey (born 1981), American soccer player
  • Dan Casey (1862–1943), American baseball player
  • Daniel Casey (born 1972), English actor
  • Don Casey, American basketball coach
  • Dwane Casey (born 1957), head coach of the NBA's Toronto Raptors
  • Eamon Casey (born 1927), Roman Catholic Bishop Emeritus of Galway and Kilmacduagh, Ireland
  • Ed Casey (1933–2006), former leader of the Australian Labor Party in Queensland
  • Eddie Casey (1894–1966), American football player and coach
  • Eduardo Casey (1847–1906), Argentine founder of Venado Tuerto
  • Edward Pearce Casey (1864–1940), American architect
  • Frank Casey (died 1994), Australian president of the Public Transport Users Association
  • George Casey (disambiguation)
    • George William Casey, Sr. (1922–1970), two-star general, United States Army
    • George William Casey, Jr. (born 1948), four-star general, United States Army; son of the former
  • Gerard Casey (disambiguation)
    • Gerard Casey (philosopher) (born 1951)
    • Gerard Casey (artist), Irish artist
  • Harry Wayne Casey (born 1951), American musician
  • Hugh Casey (disambiguation), multiple people
  • James Casey (disambiguation)
    • James Casey (American football) (born 1984), American football player
    • James E. Casey (1888–1983), American businessman
    • Jim Casey (footballer) (born 1957), Scottish football player
  • Joe Casey, American comic book writer
  • John Casey (disambiguation)
    • John Casey (academic), British academic
    • John Casey (mathematician) (1820–1891), Irish geometer
    • John Casey (novelist) (born 1939), American novelist
    • John Keegan Casey (1846–1870), Irish poet
  • Joseph E. Casey (1898–1980), United States Representative from Massachusetts
  • Karan Casey (born 1969), Irish folk singer
  • Karen Casey (born 1947), Canadian politician
  • Kathleen L. Casey (born 1966), commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Kenny Casey (disambiguation)
    • Ken Casey, bass guitarist and vocalist of the Boston punk rock group Dropkick Murphys
    • Kenneth Casey (1899–1965), American composer, publisher, author and child actor
  • Len Casey (born 1953), English rugby league footballer
  • Luis Morgan Casey, American/Bolivian Roman Catholic bishop
  • Lyman R. Casey (1837–1914), United States Senator from North Dakota
  • Marty Casey (born 1973), American rock musician
  • Martyn P. Casey (born 1960), Australian rock bass guitarist
  • Mike Casey (labor leader) (born 1958)
  • Natalie Casey, English actress
  • Owen Casey (born 1969), Irish tennis player
  • Paddy Casey, Irish singer-songwriter
  • Pat Casey (disambiguation)
  • Patricia Casey, Professor of Psychiatry at University College Dublin
  • Paul Casey (born 1977), English golfer
  • Peter Casey (disambiguation)
  • Ray Casey (1900–1986), American tennis player and coach

Rachel Casey = 1992 mother to travis and partner to Paul

  • Richard Casey (disambiguation)
  • Robert P. Casey (1932–2000), American politician
  • Ron Casey (disambiguation)
  • Samantha Casey (born 1988), American Beauty Queen, Miss Virginia Teen USA 2006, 3rd runner-up at Miss Teen USA 2006 and Miss Virginia USA 2010, 2nd runner-up at Miss USA 2010
  • Samuel Casey (Upper Canada politician) (1788–1857)
  • Sean Casey (disambiguation)
  • Shaun Casey, American model
  • Silas Casey (1807–1882), United States Army officer during the American Civil War
  • Solanus Casey (1870–1957), Capuchin priest
  • Steve Casey (1909–1987), Irish wrestler
  • Thomas Lincoln Casey (entomologist)
  • Thomas Lincoln Casey, Sr. (1831–1896), American soldier and engineer
  • Willet Casey (1762–1848), Canadian farmer and political figure
  • William Casey (disambiguation)
    • William Casey, Director of CIA from 1981 to 1987
  • Zadok Casey (1796–1862), American politician

Usage examples of "casey".

Within days, the time-delay device and accelerants were identified and traced to Casey Stonehart, twenty-three years old and clearly not that bright, as he'd purchased the materials in a town only sixteen miles away.

But before he dies, he calls in Pilatus Casey and this family friend, Hubert Brackenridge, and he tells them something.

Pilatus Casey and Hubert Brackenridge both heard Sebastian Casey’s statement.

On his deathbed, he told Pilatus Casey and Hubert Brackenridge where there was something immensely valuable in Wyoming, here in these mountains.

The batting order at that moment stood: first The Babe, then the Professor, then Lefty, and then Casey.

Karen smoothed the edges of the blanket, and listened to Marybeth Casey carry on about her twins (one of whom was a bed wetter), her husband, Walter (who didn't enjoy being an officer, but night school was just too much for them right now), and how these Division picnics were always such fun because you got to meet new people.

I look at Ted Casey standing over me, and he becomes the dark bird of night out for a field mouse, a chicken or a little white baby lost in the woods.

Anyway, Casey comes in bright as a new penny and says she wants me to merge with Hed-Opticals which she says grossed $277,600 last year, and then together, we'd go after Randolf Opticals, the granddaddy of them all 53 million in sales, quoted on the Big Board, a huge slice of the lens market and lots of cash in the bank and I said you're crazy but why Randolf?

Anyway, Casey comes in bright as a new penny and says she wants me to merge with Hed-Opticals which she says grossed $277,600 last year, and then together, we'd go after Randolf Opti-cals, the granddaddy of them all-53 million in sales, quoted on the Big Board, a huge slice of the lens market and lots of cash in the bank-and I said you're crazy but why Randolf?

Casey Stonehart warranted very little in the way of column space beyond the occasional query as to his whereabouts.

Ted Casey and the Owl trade seats, up and down, on and off, the musical chair routine of a promoter, an impresario who's brought his friends to wine with the upper classes, the culture vultures and the Mafiosi.

Casey needed some big kind of magic right now to pull this off, and she wasn't sure Juana's little ditty bag contained it!

Breakfast atop the Mandarin, eggs Benedict and toast and coffee, feeling grand, Orlanda sparkling and so appreciative of him and of Casey.

Casey pulled the drawer open, revealing boxes of computer disks, stationery, a pair of scissors, some felt-tip pens in a tray.

The Yankees jumped at the chance, and Mize became one of eight first basemen Casey Stengel used that year.