Cawley


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Cawley

(ˈkɔːlɪ)
n
(Biography) Evonne (née Goolagong). born 1951, Australian tennis player: winner of seven Grand Slam singles titles including Wimbledon (1971,1980) and the Australian Open (1974–76, 1977 (December))
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The University of British Columbia is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Korenberg as chair, and Sandra Cawley as vice-chair, of its Board of Governors.
Ziggy Cawley, 24, was one of several armed burglars who badly wounded the man in his own home in Bury in April 2016.
Alan Cawley had admitted killing Thomas Blaine, 69, and 76-year-old John (Jack) Blaine, both of whom had special needs.
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Gary Cawley, 52, had been on a business trip to Abu Dhabi and went straight on shift after landing from a long flight.
ALAIN CAWLEY is facing six to eight weeks on the sidelines after dislocating both his shoulders in a fall at Kempton on Sunday, writes David Baxter.
Prolific thief Francis Cawley first injured himself after hurling a concrete block through a glass door pane in Sullivan Road, Courthouse Green, on July 8.
Winnie Cawley, of North Street in Lockwood, pleaded guilty to two charges of fraud by false representation.
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ALLOA winger Kevin Cawley LLOA winger Kevin Cawley believes beating Rangers in the Petrofac Training Cup semi-final cast a long shadow over the club.
Second-half goals from Mark Docherty and Kevin Cawley meant the Wasps moved up to eighth, swapping places with their hosts.