O'Beirne

O'·Beirne

(ō-bārn),
James, Irish surgeon, 1786-1862. See: O'Beirne sphincter.
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Paul O'Beirne, 36, was sentenced to nine years with Mr Justice Michael White saying he finds it difficult to understand why a man with no history of criminal activity got involved in such a serious offence.
JACKIE and Michael O'Beirne missed their old estate local so much, they revamped and reopened it themselves.
Lucas Antunes, 21, has admitted assaulting 51-year-old Desmond O'Beirne who died following the attack in June 2017.
Lucas Antunes, 21, pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of 51-year-old Desmond O'Beirne, who died six months after he was assaulted outside the landmark in Trafalgar Square last year.
(From left) Michael DeLuca, Dominick Palma, Dana Bermas, Jill Karp, Salvatore Dossena, James O'Beirne and Jessica Martin.
Last week, nearly 35 years after he went missing, the Air Force finally found Hughes living in California under the fictitious name "Barry O'Beirne." Hughes was arrested at his residence without incident June 6 on charges of desertion, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations announced in a news release Thursday.
In a(http://www.osi.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1543759/osi-captures-most-wanted-af-fugitive/) news release , the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) said the Department of State was investigating a man named "Barry O'Beirne" in connection to a passport fraud inquiry.
Summary: Last week, nearly 35 years after he went missing, the Air Force finally found Hughes living in California under the fictitious name 'Barry O'Beirne'
COREY O'BEIRNE REVIEWS TCX'S HERO GTX GORE-TEX LINED RIDING BOOTS TCX'S Hero could easily be mistaken for a normal pair of non-riding boots.
O'Beirne, is shown at the left below (see page 109 in O'Beirne's Puzzles & Paradoxes, Oxford 1965).
The Panopticon will screen examples from Glasgow amateur film makers like Tom O'Beirne from Rutherglen and his family, above and below, on a caravan holiday in 1961 to France and Ireland.
John O'Beirne, head of Mortgages at Bank of Ireland, said, 'Fixed rates provide monthly certainty and longer term stability for purchasers and homeowners letting them lock into a fixed rate for a period from one to ten years of their choosing.