Callahan


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Cal·la·han

(kal'ă-han),
John R., U.S. endodontist, 1853-1918. See: Callahan method.
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Yet he had picked up gossip enough to have it occur to him that the loud-voiced man upon the bench might be the notorious Justice Callahan, about whom the people of Packingtown spoke with bated breath.
If Scully was the thumb, Pat Callahan was the first finger of the unseen hand whereby the packers held down the people of the district.
He's going to make us better,” said Stefan Mumaw, Callahan Creek's creative director.
Kalita) Callahan, 91, passed away Sunday, October 9, 2011.
In False Hopes, Daniel Callahan stands athwart medical progress yelling "Stop
CHICAGO -- NEC Display Solutions of America, a leading provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, congratulates Callahan Digital Cinema, a digital cinema engineering services and equipment provider, on its 1,000th projector installation, the company announced today.
NEW YORK, June 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LLNS, a leading healthcare communications company and part of Diversified Agency Services (DAS), is pleased to announce that Sharon Callahan, CEO of LLNS, has been recognized by the Women's Venture Fund with its "Highest Leaf Award.
MARLBOROUGH Margaret (Carey) Callahan, 80, of Marlborough, died Thursday (September 2, 2011) at Marlborough Hospital after a prolonged illness.
We've been doing this since 1998, but we've noticed that about 80 percent of the locations listed on our Web site are from throughout the county, not just Oxnard,'' said Elizabeth Callahan, vice president of the EDC.
by Daniel Callahan, New York: Simon & Schuster, 336 pages, $23.
A federal jury in Los Angeles has awarded $731,450 to Callahan & Blaine client AMI Services, Inc.
Callahan, founder of California's premier litigation firm Callahan & Blaine, will address the 2014 Santa Monica Bar Association Trial Seminar on May 22, 2014, at the Le Meridien Delafina Santa Monica.