Hanlon


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(han'lŏn),
C. Rollins, 20th-century U.S. cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon. See: Blalock-Hanlon operation.
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The dog's owner Patricia Bowers, an unmarried economist who died six years ago, appointed friend and neighbor Virginia Hanlon to take care of her beloved pooch in her absence.
ADAM HANLON joked how gruelling treks to Donegal will either make-or-break his friendship with travel companion Dave Scully.
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com)-- Hanlon Sculpture Studio returned to the Mile High City on Friday, October 30, to unveil its 28th Ring of Fame pillar ahead of the induction of Owner Pat Bowlen into the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame on Sunday.
Hanlon Investment Management has brought in two new mutual funds, including the Hanlon Managed Income Fund and the Hanlon Tactical Dividend and Momentum Fund.
Hanlon, a 13-year veteran of the private aviation industry, will join the firm as senior vice president of west coast sales.
Hibs star Paul Hanlon reckons it would break Leigh Griffiths' heart if he has to face his old club in the Scottish Cup Final.
Hanlon also wants to create a new network of residential communities for student social life in an effort to limit "extreme behaviors.
Cameron Hanlon made the cruel bogus call on September 5 last year, the city's Crown Court heard.
announced that John Hanlon has joined the company as senior investment/development officer for its New Jersey Region.
James Hanlon of Boston, who was killed in World War II.