Patrick R. Manning was born in 1965.
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Dennis R. Patrick was born in 1951.
Patrick R. Cooney was born in 1934.
Patrick R. Chalmers died in 1942.
Patrick R. Chalmers was born in 1872.
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Patrick R. Cleburne Confederate Cemetery was created in 1872.
No they r not twins they r actually three yrs apart. Bryan is 18 and Patrick is 21
No. Neither of them were there
Neither. I think you are looking for "oi vey," "oi vay," "oy vay," or "oy vay," which all seem to be acceptable alternative spellings. Here are some of the pertinent dictionary.com entries, though none is really satisfying: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/oy%20vay http://dictionary.reference.com/search?r=2&q=oy%20vey http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/oi http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/oy Either that, or you mean "obey".
OY is a Yiddish word - it is usually part of the phrase "oy vey" which means "oh woe" or "alas" but occasionally you see it alone. It is a term of despair which is used as an exclamation in time of trouble and strife.
yO YO YO YO YO Y OY OY OY OY YO i dont know bro
It is spelled "Oy" as in "Oy vey."
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