O'Hara


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(ō-har'ă),
Michael, Jr., U.S. surgeon, 1869-1926. See: O'Hara forceps.
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O'Hara has had spells on loan at non-league Stockport and League Two side Morecambe but has spent the last year mainly as the firstchoice goalkeeper for United's Under-23s.
In a statement, the boy said he was in the crowd when he saw O'Hara heading for the tunnel.
Guizo LaNuit is a performance role O'Hara describes as "gender confusion cabaret" or "pathos, music and comedy.
O'Hara writes about ambition and the things it makes us do.
The Record understand O'Hara lived in a property near Belfast's Shankill Road for a time.
In January, 1941, O'Hara was invited to the White House for lunch and found herself seated to none other than Franklin Delano Roosevelt himself.
Prior to entering the real estate business, Lorraine O'Hara was operations manager for the Eastern Long Island offices of the former Prudential Securities Inc.
Judge Goldstone said: "Karl O'Hara was a much-loved father, grandfather and husband who will be sorely missed.
Currently, O'Hara serves as a member on Ecolab Inc's (NYSE:ECL) board of directors.
As someone with an avowed interest in Abstract Expressionism, O'Hara valued the artistic process just as much as if not more than its product.
O'Hara claimed the illegal venture was his cousin's idea.
Managing director O'Hara said: "We have fairly big plans and hope to kickstart the next 25 years with our expansion nationally.