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Cul·len

(kŭl'ĕn),
Thomas S., U.S. gynecologist, 1868-1953. See: Cullen sign.
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Stan Slater, chairman of the Cullen Volunteer Group, said: "Hundreds of man hours are involved in not only the physical building of these paths but also the preparatory background work with outside agencies and funders.
Cullen said: "We practised it about three times on Friday and the goal was probably the best of them all.
Cullen has been playing mini-golf since he was a child.
The Crimestoppers charity is offering up to PS5,000 as a reward for any information on the whereabouts of Cullen. The 30-year-old - known to the Warrington area - is wanted for conspiracy to supply firearms and conspiracy to supply Class A drugs, namely cocaine.
Cullen, 46, earned a bachelor's degree in business management and marketing from the University of Phoenix while working and singlehandedly raising a son.
Perfect in every way,' wrote Molli as she shared a before-and-after picture of Cullen. 'God is good, big boy.'
In 2015, Cullen was jailed for 12 months at the High Court in Glasgow for two other charges of using lewd and libidinous conduct against two other boys.
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.S.
Cov replied three minutes later, a superb break by Sam Tuitupou setting up an unconverted try for James Stokes, but Cullen kicked a penalty for 10-5 to the visitors.
"I can confirm that the vice president has retained Richard Cullen of McGuire Woods to assist him in responding to inquiries by the special counsel.