Donohue

Don·o·hue

(don'ŏ-hyū),
William L., Canadian pediatric pathologist, 1906-1984. See: Donohue disease.
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a specialty auto finance company in Irving, Texas, announces the appointment of Brian Donohue as Executive Vice President, Analytics and Marketing, effective August 17.
William Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious & Civil Rights, has come under scrutiny for earning an inflated salary even though he speaks for what is likely a very small constituency.
The owners of The Donohue | Christian Group have been in real estate for a combined total of over 16 years.
Corrections Minister Edward O Donohue has opened the first stage of a $65 million expansion and upgrade of Victoria s maximum security remand centre.
We're determined to make 2014 the year that immigration reform is finally enacted," Chamber President Tom Donohue said Wednesday, during his annual "State of American Business" address.
Donohue told insurance-industry executives at the Property/Casualty Industry Joint Industry Forum at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York yesterday.
SERIAL burglar Troy Donohue really did pick the wrong house to burgle - the daughter of the barrister that defended him throughout his crime career.
James Donohue, 34, had been on a three-day drink and drugs bender when he attacked Liverpool mum Emma Burns after a night out.
Sheila Donohue, of Thornton Lodge, was before Huddersfield magistrates yesterday.
New York City Council Chair Christine Quinn joined the Catholic League's William Donohue in an effort to get the Empire State Building lit up in blue and white in her honor on August 26.
Opening a restaurant is like running a marathon, said labriel Donohue, bar manager of New York Pizza and Bar in Bellingham.