Donohue

Don·o·hue

(don'ŏ-hyū),
William L., Canadian pediatric pathologist, 1906-1984. See: Donohue disease.
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Angela Donohue, 58, from St Oliver's Park in Ratoath, Co Meath, has pleaded not guilty to taking part in an arrangement on dates between January 6 2015 and February 17 2015, thereby helping a prisoner remain unlawfully at large after his escape from custody.
While she was in law school at the University of Baltimore, Kelly Donohue took a class called Law and Social Reform, which was anchored in the belief that attorneys can change the world one person at a time.
That's according to Thomas Donohue, longtime president and CEO of the U.S.
PORTSMOUTH manager Kenny Jackett is confident former Caernarfon Town defender Dion Donohue will break into the Welsh national set-up before long.
Donohue commented on potential tariffs against China.
Jay Inslee announced the appointment of Karen Donohue to the King Court Superior Court.
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Andrew "Buddy" Donohue, the former head of the Securities and Exchange Commission's Investment Management Division, has joined Shearman & Sterling as counsel in the Investment Funds practice in New York.
MY great grandmother is Ellen Donohue born 1859/1860 to John Donohue.
VERUS Construction has appointed Kathy Donohue as Vice President of Business Development.
Synacor (NASDAQ: SYNC) has appointed Starcom Global Brand President Lisa Donohue to its board of directors, the company said.
"This is a big change," says John Donohue, head of global liquidity for JPMorgan Chase.