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Cor·ri·gan

(kōr'i-găn),
Dominic J., Irish pathologist and clinician, 1802-1880. See: Corrigan disease, Corrigan pulse, Corrigan sign.
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Yesterday, a North Wales Police spokesman said a 38-year-old man from the Bryngwran area had been arrested on suspicion of Mr Corrigan's murder and a number of other related offences.
Detective Chief Inspector Brian Kearney, of North Wales Police, issued an update to the murder inquiry as Mr Corrigan's funeral took place in Knutsford, Cheshire, on Monday.
Ms Corrigan, who was supported in court by relatives, was in tears at the end of the case.
Every week, for one lucky reader, we are giving away a free meal for two and a bottle of house wine at Corrigan's Bar and Grill in Main Street,Wishaw.
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Lockton has hired Philip Corrigan to the role of regional chief operations officer as it looks to expand its business and expertise across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.
The restaurateur, 54, posted a picture on social media of a man who he said racked up a PS1,500 bill and "finished with a Cuban (then) walked into the night" after eating at Corrigan's Mayfair on December 18.
In fact, judging by the placard-style advertising that pours into suburban mailboxes via the auspices of the Democratic Party of Illinois run by House Speaker Michael Madigan, you'd think Corrigan was the guy running state government, not Madigan.
Manchester-born Corrigan joined City as a junior in 1966, making his debut in the 1967 to 68 League Cup third round tie against Blackpool.
Corrigan admitted attempting to direct sexual communication to someone he believed was 13 between December 2016 and May 2017.
They then exchanged phone numbers before police officers swooped on Corrigan's new address in Motherwell last summer.
THOMAS CORRIGAN murdered his mother on November 1, 1873, following a drinking spree - and paid for his crime with his life.