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Cul·len

(kŭl'ĕn),
Thomas S., U.S. gynecologist, 1868-1953. See: Cullen sign.
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Craig Cullen was jailed for seven years after the incident at Oxygen <B
Cullen is from Warrington but has links across the North West.
Mr Cullen served for decades in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps in the U.
Tuitupou pounced for an opportunist try, converted by Will Maisey, but Stortford hit back through a second Cullen penalty on 22 minutes Cov were back in front two minutes later, a Stokes break leading to a try for Anthony Matoto which Maisey converted from wide out, but Cullen's third penalty closed out the half at 19-16 to Cov.
By hiring Cullen, Pence has&nbsp;followed in the footsteps of President Donald Trump who hired Marc Kasowitz, his long-time legal advisor, in May as his counsel for the Russia election probe.
Parking is already a big concern in Cullen Bay, and as we revitalise the CBD and create a link between the Waterfront and Cullen Bay we need a long-term strategy in place which considers the potential impact on the demand for parking in Cullen Bay, he said.
Later at home, said Ms Randall, Hurley once again lunged at Mr Cullen, biting him this time on the bottom lip which dripped blood.
Joseph Cullen, Huddersfield Choral Society conductor, was sentenced after grooming his victims in the late 1970s and 80 while involved in choirs in Glasgow.
He was found guilty of murdering Mrs Cullen, from Bangor, Co Down, after a jury rejected his claim he had been provoked by her.
As a result of this merger transaction, the former stockholders of Cullen and former members of LIBB have become stockholders of a new public company named 'Long Island Iced Tea Corp'.
Cullen to its board of directors, the company said on Monday.
Jim Cullen argues that movie stars both portray and create a popular version of American history that is as true as the narratives put forth by academic historians--and in many ways more powerful.