Definitions for "Sally"
Keywords:  besieged, troops, sortie, burst, rush
To leap or rush out; to burst forth; to issue suddenly; as a body of troops from a fortified place to attack besiegers; to make a sally.
A leaping forth; a darting; a spring.
A rushing or bursting forth; a quick issue; a sudden eruption; specifically, an issuing of troops from a place besieged to attack the besiegers; a sortie.
Sally is a musical comedy with music by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Clifford Grey and book by Guy Bolton (inspired by the 19th century show, Sally in our Alley), with additional lyrics by Buddy De Sylva and P. G. Wodehouse. It was originally produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, opening on December 21 1920 at the New Amsterdam Theatre on Broadway.
Sally is a song by Kerbdog and a single released on September 2, 1996, taken from their second album On The Turn. The single was released on three different CD singles, each with two different B-sides.
Sally is the third sound feature photographed in Technicolor released in 1929 (the first was On with the Show 1929). It was based on the Broadway stage hit, produced by Florenz Ziegfeld (which played at The New Amsterdam Theatre, from 12/21/1920 to 4/22/1922). Marilyn Miller, who had played the leading part in the Broadway production, was hired by the Warner Brothers at an extravagant sum (reportedly $1000 an hour for a total of $100,000) to star in the filmed version.Photoplay, September 1929 The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Art Direction in 1930.
Sally is a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov. It was first published in the May-June 1953 issue of Fantastic and later appeared in the Asimov collections Nightfall and Other Stories (1969) and The Complete Robot (1982).
Sally is a fictional character in Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas. She is a tall, rag doll-type character, and the film's main female protagonist.
Transgression of the limits of soberness or steadiness; act of levity; wild gayety; frolic; escapade.
a known muck-raker, husband-beater, asprin taker and bush-supporter
an expereinced trainer and social work consultant with particular expertise in the area of family support and child protection
The fluffy part of the rope. The origin of sally is from the old French verb sauler (which in new French became Sauter) meaning to jump. The sally made it easier to catch the "jumping stroke" or handstroke as we now call it. It is interesting to note that in some old ringing books it is spelt "Sallie" instead.
Keywords:  witty, remark
witty remark
an instructor in the Kaplan CPA Review Structured Classroom Program at Longwood University
Keywords:  mitsubishi, bomber, twin, engine
Twin Engine Mitsubishi Ki-21 Bomber
Keywords:  fiend, fought, bathroom, love, former
Name on a wall. Much love is declared on the boys' bathroom walls, while much war is fought in the room itself. Sally is one of the recipients of the former in 2.09 "My Mother, the Fiend."
An excursion from the usual track; range; digression; deviation.
a venture off the beaten path; "a sally into the wide world beyond his home"
rafter projection notched to fit over and extend beyond plate or horizontal beam.
Keywords:  immature, female
Immature female