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 (kŏn′ə-lē), Maureen Catherine Known as "Little Mo." 1934-1969.
American tennis player who was the first woman to win the US, British, French, and Australian titles in a single year (1953).

Connolly

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1. (Biography) Billy. born 1942, Scottish comedian, musician, and actor: his films include Mrs Brown (1997)
2. (Biography) Cyril (Vernon). 1903–74, British critic and writer, founder and editor of Horizon (1939–50): his books include Enemies of Promise (1938)
3. (Biography) James. 1868–1916, Irish labour leader: executed by the British for his part in the Easter Rising (1916)
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Bridges woke up in a cell just hours before he was due to meet Billy Connolly for the first time to present him with a lifetime achievement gong.
Evidence from several sources, including a detailed account of the matter in Pamela Stephenson's biography of Billy Connolly, confirmed that the boots had been designed and made by Edmund Smith.
Newly knighted Billy Connolly is to be given a new honour - a statue in his native Glasgow.
TELEVISION seems to have got a bit too reverential about the irreverent Billy Connolly in recent times - and here was another example (Billy Connolly and Me: A Celebration (ITV, Tuesday).
Forget epidurals, Billy Connolly can help a woman through labour pain, says one fan.
BILLY Connolly is going back on the road - and Brummies will be the first to see the comedian.
BILLY CONNOLLY'S TRACKS ACROSS AMERICA (ITV, Friday, 9pm) BILLY Connolly sets off on an epic journey in the company of three things he loves dearly - trains, America and his banjo.
COMEDIAN Billy Connolly has been forced to give up his beloved banjo and guitar because of Parkinson's Disease.
BILLY Connolly has previously biked along Route 66, but for his latest trip across America the comedian is letting the train take the strain.
The legendary comedian Billy Connolly will kick off his "High Horse Tour Scotland 2014" in Aberdeen on Sept.
BILLY Connolly will continue to perform on stage and screen despite undergoing surgery for prostate cancer and being treated for the "initial symptoms" of Parkinson's Disease.
Stars Tom Courtenay, Sheridan Smith and Billy Connolly were at the premiere.