Canavan


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Can·a·van

(kan'ă-van),
Myrtelle M., U.S. pathologist, 1879-1953. See: Canavan disease, Canavan sclerosis, Canavan-van Bogaert-Bertrand disease.
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PETER CANAVAN says the opportunity to manage a club with the pedigree of Cavan Gaels was "too good to turn down".
Minister Canavan strongly encouraged all stakeholders to have their say.
Frederick Seitz of the Science and EngineeringCommittee for a Secure World, a pro-SDI group based in Washington, D.C., that circulated about 100 copies of the Wood and Canavan report to legislators and others, says APS committee members "really haven't responded to the Wood and Canavan criticism.'
Peter Wormald, defending Canavan, said she was previously of good character.
"Stephen in particular has benefited hugely from the league because he's playing some great stuff," noted Canavan.
FORMER Labour MP Dennis Canavan is backing the SNP in the general election.
CANAVAN - CATHERINE January 25, 2013, Aged 46 years (Two smiling eyes are sleeping, two caring hands at rest, God wanted a special Angel, nothing but the best.) Heartfelt sympathy to All the family.
Outspoken Dennis Canavan savages the memory of the man dubbed Father of the Nation in a new book.
"We've got a poor enough scoring average so we'd really be going for the win, a draw will only suit Cork," says Canavan.
Club secretary Seamus Purcell pulled off the coup which saw Canavan take training for around 90 minutes on their home pitch.
Canavan, 71, of Spencer, died Saturday, September 8th in Scripps-Mercy Hospital, San Diego, CA.
Mr Canavan, 58, was expelled from Labour for standing against the official candidate in the Scottish Parliament elections last year.