Sheehan


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Shee·han

(shē'han),
Harold L., 20th-century British pathologist. See: Sheehan syndrome.
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David Sheehan To Be Awarded at Monaco International Film Festival
Despite losing man of the match Bryan Sheehan early in the first period of extra-time through a black card, somehow South Kerry with Declan O'Sullivan taking over the leadership mantle, managed to finish the stronger.
Richard Sheehan, 33, was asked to housesit for his friend and her partner at their address in Hilary Road, Walton, but pawned their TV, Playstation and 25 games to fund his addiction to roulette machines.
The NH Executive Council has confirmed Victoria Sheehan, Gov.
AP) -- Truckee Meadows Community College President Maria Sheehan says she will retire in January to do volunteer work in Central America.
3 CAPTAIN Josh Sheehan smashed a magnificent goal for holders Swansea City in their Welsh Youth Cup semi-final against Cardiff City at Port Talbot FC last night.
A repeat T&G Super Team selection, Sheehan helped Shrewsbury High to a 16-4-2 record, the Midland A title and Central Mass.
Robert Sheehan certainly did a great job at playing the part of Simon Lewis in "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
Although this was certainly not a boom period in the industry, Sheehan began a long period of growth.
Today, data-driven marketing solutions provider, TrueLens, announced the appointment of Chris Sheehan as Chief Operating Officer.
Sheehan Pipe Line Construction Company, Tulsa, OK, is celebrating 110 years in the pipeline business in 2013.
Sheehan shares the perspective of chiropractors, spokespeople, and patients who condemn the medical establishment and pharmaceutical companies for their obsession with their bottom lines.