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Turley, OK -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Oklahoma
Population (2000): 3231
Housing Units (2000): 1449
Land area (2000): 3.701168 sq. miles (9.585981 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.002098 sq. miles (0.005434 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 3.703266 sq. miles (9.591415 sq. km)
FIPS code: 75150
Located within: Oklahoma (OK), FIPS 40
Location: 36.247627 N, 95.970378 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Turley, OK

Turley is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:


  • Bob Turley, baseball pitcher
  • Helen Turley, winemaker
  • Jack Turley, drummer of the Fight
  • James S. Turley, former CEO of Ernst & Young
  • Jon Turley, British children's author
  • Jonathan Turley, professor at George Washington University Law School
  • Jack Turley, author and public speaker
  • Kyle Turley, American football player
  • Larry Turley, owner, Turley Wine Cellars
  • Neil Turley, British Rugby League player
  • Thomas B. Turley (1845-1910), US Senator

Given name:

  • Turley Richards, American musician

Usage examples of "turley".

Many a man has been murdered for less than I possessed, and I had no idea how far Turley could be trusted.

At first there was only the faint rustle of leaves overhead, the breathing of Turley, and then a sound of voices, not too far off.

Even I who knew—or suspected—that the wolf was Silliman Turley, was startled.

I was not as good in the forest as Turley, but even the few days I had been there had taught me a little.

Silliman Turley and I talked, and from time to time I translated for Armand and Felipe, although the former, having been a fisherman, had picked up some words of English.

Silliman Turley got out and with Felipe's help got the canoe ashore and turned bottom-up.

Suddenly Turley seemed to stop all movement, looking back over my head.

From the looks of things, according to Turley, the mat-trans station was pass-coded to make it proprietary and couldn't be used to jump them to other gateways they knew to be in existence.

When they'd arrived, Turley had pointed out the crushed barrel of the .

Whittaker took up point and Turley brought up the rear, then they were moving down the alleys they'd chosen for their approach on the Bent Rose.

For example, Ingram had the new advertising director, Gail Turley, begin a comprehensive media effort to bring in customers.

Sharply contrasting with the former ad chief, Benny Benfer, who believed only in the value of newspaper coupons, Turley was convinced that effective television and radio advertising was necessary.

Rather than just printing coupons in newspapers and calculating their return rate, Turley systematized the entire process of marketing and advertising.

After establishing White Castle's customer base, Turley then designed the advertising to reach them most effectively.

With this knowledge of who his customers were and why they came to White Castle, Turley designed and directed a comprehensive advertising campaign to reinforce their patronage and to attract others to the Castles.