Crossword clues for easley
Housing Units (2000): 7932
Land area (2000): 10.638860 sq. miles (27.554519 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 10.638860 sq. miles (27.554519 sq. km)
FIPS code: 21985
Located within: South Carolina (SC), FIPS 45
Location: 34.823371 N, 82.590394 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 29640 29642
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Easley is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Annie Easley
- Charles Easley, Justice, Mississippi Supreme Court
- Damion Easley (born 1969), baseball player
- David Easley, Chair of the Economics department at Cornell University
- Ed Easley (born 1985), American baseball player
- Jeff Easley (born 1954), graphic artist, works in Dungeons and Dragons books
- Kenny Easley (born 1959), American football player
- Michael Easley (disambiguation), multiple people
- Mike Easley (born 1950), politician
- Stephen Easley (1952–2013), American businessman and politician
- Walt Easley (1957–2013), American football player
- Easley Blackwood, Sr., contract bridge player, administrator and author
- Easley Blackwood, Jr., musician
Usage examples of "easley".
Peter Easley, former personnel manager of a huge international firm, had been responsible for that.
Xenophobia was not encouraged by Mitford or Easley, or any of those involved in introducing the new world to its whilom residents.
She knew very well that the colony had trained men like Easley and Rastancil, and governors like Ayckburn and Chavell, but Mitford had made the colony work.
Kris sat beside him and Easley on Zainal's other side, facing the others as they made themselves comfortable.
But we've been having discussions about that,” and Mitford gestured to Easley, Fetterman and up the hill towards Camp Narrow.
He exited first, turned to wait for Kris, Rastancil and Easley and added, "You are men of sense.
Then he strode off at such a pace that even the long-legged Easley had trouble keeping up.
Rastancil cursed, but Easley turned on a hand beam, which Kris recognized as one that had been lifted from the kidnappers' bodies.
So Easley had committed himself and to the right people - she thought, hauling herself up inside the ship.
Whether or not Easley might just be jollying her along, Kris sensed that Peter Easley was on Zainal's side and wanted to be considered a friend.
There was a blank screen and a hand control unit which Easley picked up, examined and replaced as the markings meant nothing to him.
Peter Easley passed them on his way in, sauntering in that easy bent-knee gait, pausing to exchange a few words and a laugh.
Benches (made of old machine parts, and these were the last places where the arrivals sat) and stools formed a semi-circle around a table at which sat Jim Rastancil, Geoffrey Ainger, Bill Fetterman, Bob Reidenbacker, John Beverly, Pete Easley, Yuri Palit and the former judge, Iri Bempechat, who had recently taken over the disciplinary duties for work evasion or inadequacy.
She was not placated by Easley leaning over to murmur something to the British naval officer.
Once Mitford had organized the basics of those explorations, he left a sheaf of instructions with Easley as 'the manual' and roused the members of his combined team.