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Olay \O"lay\ ([=o]"l[imac]), n. pl. [Tamil [=o]lai.] Palm leaves, prepared for being written upon with a style pointed with steel. [Written also ola.]
--Balfour (Cyc. of India).


n. (alt form olay English)


n. leaf or strip from a leaf of the talipot palm used in India for writing paper [syn: olla]

Ola, AR -- U.S. city in Arkansas
Population (2000): 1204
Housing Units (2000): 556
Land area (2000): 1.856851 sq. miles (4.809223 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.130731 sq. miles (0.338593 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.987582 sq. miles (5.147816 sq. km)
FIPS code: 51560
Located within: Arkansas (AR), FIPS 05
Location: 35.031748 N, 93.221309 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 72853
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Ola, AR

'''Olá ''' is a corregimiento in Olá District, Coclé Province, Panama with a population of 1,419 as of 2010. It is the seat of Olá District. Its population as of 1990 was 1,255; its population as of 2000 was 1,326.

Ola (album)

Ola is the third album released by Swedish pop singer Ola.

The self-titled album Ola was released in Sweden in September 2010, and debuted at #3 in the official Swedish album chart. It is the first release on Ola's own label Oliniho Records, after buying himself out of his deal with Universal Music. It spawned three hit singles, " Unstoppable", " Overdrive" and "All Over The World", which was Ola's first international single release. The similarity between "All Over The World" and "Somebody To Love" by Justin Bieber is often noted, but believed to be coincidence, as the two were released at the same time.

The album also contained a track, "Let It Hit You", composed by Ola with regular collaborator Alexander Kronlund and British artist Labrinth.

Usage examples of "ola".

He thought again of waking Ola, but then the picture on the screen flickered and dissolved into a meaningless dotted pattern.

The log hovered above him, ready to strike, but then Ola shook her head, forcing the anger down.

Well, this was an emergency, Ola thought, but she decided that Bob Gourlay already knew about it.

A few minutes later, Ola stood and hefted the pack, grimacing at its weight, at her own watery muscles.

The hardest thing for Jeff to accept right now, but accept it he must, was that Ola had simply packed up and gone.

When it hopped into view, he turned back to Ola and gazed hopefully at her backpack.

Boboko was faring under his own steam a few paces ahead of Ola, his calico coloring blending into the riot of ground cover, striped tail lifting from the grass and weeds like a periscope, complete with a kink in its end.

Boboko glanced back at Ola to see what she thought they should do, but she simply shrugged and decided to wait it out.

He nodded in a friendly way to Ola, then saw Boboko and a big smile formed, half-hidden by his beard.

When they reached the spot where the track dipped, Ola let out a little cry of pleasure.

Zach and gotten undressed, Ola stood for a long moment at the window, feeling the cool air on her skin and letting the stillness settle inside her.

Jeff shook his head, putting the image of Ola as witch out of his head.

There was a chill hovering along his spine, but curiosity and worry for Ola got the better of him.

By squinting, Ola could make out the fluffy gray feathers of the young.

When they were back on the lake, Ola turned from the bow and smiled at him.