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Callaghan

(ˈkæləˌhæn)
n
(Biography) (Leonard) James, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff. 1912–2005, British Labour statesman; prime minister (1976–79)
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13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Hirtle Callaghan, one of America's fastest growing and innovative investment firms, will host its annual Career Restart Lunch on Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at its headquarters in Philadelphia.
Stacey Callaghan, from Ormesby, had been drinking at an event at Croft Circuit hours before crashing her Ford Ka on the B1264 near Hornby.
LIVERPOOL legend Ian Callaghan has backed Steven Gerrard to end his Reds career in style by lifting the FA Cup on his 35th birthday.
And Callaghan insisted just because a player's strength was in having an aerial presence, it did not mean he could not fit into the Liverpool way of playing.
Premier Colin Barnett today announced State Cabinet had approved a three-year extension to WA Police Commissioner, Karl O Callaghan s contract.
The Cardiff office of the firm has taken a 10 year lease on 6,300 sq ft of space at 5 Callaghan Square, which is owned by property development company MEPC.
Nigel Callaghan, who made 26 appearances as a winger for Villa between 1989 and 1992, was diagnosed during routine check-ups for arthritis.
NEWMARKET trainer Simon Callaghan was banned from driving for 18 months yesterday after he was found to be more than twice the legal drink-drive limit, writes Jon Lees.
MIDDLESBROUGH man Alan Callaghan is targeting up the burgeoning North-east residential care sector as he builds business at his new taxi firm for disabled people.
Westboro High became the latest school to change athletic directors, as Brian Callaghan moved up the ladder to become the school's assistant principal.
Files show that following the settlement of the bitter dispute over fishing rights, Prescott, then a Labour backbencher, asked to lead a delegation to meet Prime Minister James Callaghan.
PRIME minister James Callaghan pushed through huge defence cuts, despite a warning he could be forced to abandon Britain's nuclear deterrent.