There has been little intellectual advance since Oliver Cromwell's Puritan republic back in the 1650s.
I heard you were going to play Martin Luther King Jr. in a biopic directed by Oliver Stone and produced by Spielberg.
By the end of the month, two independent auditors, Oliver Wyman and Roland Berger, are expected to finish their assessments.
Chadwick also works beautifully with Oliver Litondo, who plays the stubborn octogenarian student.
From the Marx Brothers to Oliver Stone, here are seven classic films about football.
I say, don't you think Oliver ought to be here—if anything's going to happen?
"Later, Sir Oliver," answered the old soldier, wiping his grimed face.
That was Oliver's hard task now, to say goodby to all, hardest of all to those of his father's house.
"But I don't understand--" began Oliver, looking about the circle of listening Indians.
Hurriedly resuming his walk, Oliver passed Loman with averted eyes, and went on his way.
masc. personal name, in medieval lore the name of one of Charlemagne's peers, friend of Roland, from French Olivier, from Middle Low German Alfihar, literally "elf-host, elf-army," from alf "elf" (see elf) + hari "host, army" (see harry (v.)). Cognate with Anglo-Saxon name Ælfhere. Form influenced in Old French by olivier "olive tree."