Crossword clues for mayberry
Mayberry is a fictitious community that was the setting for two popular American television sitcoms, The Andy Griffith Show and Mayberry R.F.D. Mayberry was also the setting for a 1986 reunion television movie titled Return to Mayberry. Mayberry was set in North Carolina and is said to be based on Andy Griffith's hometown of Mount Airy, North Carolina. Mount Airy is also known as Mayberry and this town is known by both names to the people who reside there.
"Mayberry" is a song written by Arlos Smith and recorded by American country music group Rascal Flatts. It was released in December 2003 as the fourth and final single from their album Melt. The song reached number-one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks and also peaked at number 21 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, making it a crossover hit.
Mayberry is a fictional community that was the setting for The Andy Griffith Show and Mayberry R.F.D.
Mayberry may also refer to:
Mayberry is a surname of ancient Anglo-Saxon origin. It is a locational name, a dialectical variant of the placename Maesbury in Shropshire.
Usage examples of "mayberry".
The second visitor, though shorter than Mayberry and less energetic, was quite as imposing in appearance.
He helped the old man out through the door, but they were hardly gone before both Mayberry and Chalmody turned around.
The reporters flooded the office before the sheriff could stop them, and began to ply Mayberry and Chalmody with questions.
While Mayberry and Chalmody were arguing with the newshawks, each in his respective style, Cranston strolled from the office.
The visits of Rufus Mayberry and Norman Chalmody and their sudden interest in Arthur Mordant, added a surprise angle to the case.
I just heard a man named Rufus Mayberry say he had an account here, which was true.
Gesturing toward an army cot that had blankets strewn on it, Mayberry told them to drop The Shadow there.
One look and Mayberry swung to Sleeper, only to see his strong-arm man standing with open mouth and lowered gun.
Politely, Mayberry tendered the automatics to Bracy, who mechanically stowed them in his hip pockets.
INSIDE the cabin, Mayberry sat down at the fire and chuckled over the farce that he had just staged.
Sleeper grinned, and his two dumb-faced helpers suddenly realized that Mayberry did not believe that Bracy was The Shadow.
CHAPTER XIII FACTS COME OUT AS Chalmody gestured Mayberry to a chair, the rugged visitor looked at Bracy.
Chalmody sprang in to intervene before Bracy could fling himself on Mayberry, though the big man was quite prepared for such an attack.
Terry was really looking in the window, so that Chalmody and Mayberry would not doubt, later, that Bracy had really acted in their interests.
On the same basis that governed Bracy, Sleeper was drawing a gun, to do his share in keeping Mayberry and Chalmody free from intrusion!