Kirkland


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Kirk·land

(kĭrk'lănd),
Olin, U.S. periodontist, 1876-1969. See: Kirkland knife.
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With his back towards the thousands of Burnley supporters gathered behind his goal in the second half, Kirkland was hit on the top of his head in the 53rd minute.
Bruce and his former employers went to war after his previous inquiry for Kirkland and there was even more bad feeling about his attempt to sign left-back Maynor Figueroa.
Kirkland said the site's main building will be a I2-bed hospice house, while a smaller building will house the foundation's in-home hospice services and administration.
Verizon Communications Inc (NYSE:VZ), a provider of broadband and other wireline and wireless communications, announced on Wednesday (22 October) that Kirkland City Council in Washington voted on Tuesday night (21 October) to authorise Verizon to offer its fibre-optic-powered FiOS TV.
Wigan's Kirkland is vying with David James at Portsmouth and Aston Villa's Scott Carson for the starting role against Switzerland at Wembley in Capello's first match in charge on Wednesday.
Kirkland's proposal involves the separation of promotion from tenure, to cease it from being an automatic process.
His last "Gordon Kirkland at Large" piece will run in Canadian and U.S.
In doing so, Kirkland became the first Alnwick Harrier to taste victory in the 14-mile Beadnell to Alnmouth contest, much to the delight of club chairman John Cockburn.
Watching it became a Christmas ritual and Kirkland's Clara every little girl's fantasy.
But Kirkland's wife Leona is due to give birth to their daughter on the day of the match in Amsterdam, November 15.
Little did Chris Kirkland know when he suffered what appeared a harmless collision at the Reebok Stadium four months ago, but it now looks like proving the moment that put paid to his World Cup dream.