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Connell

(ˈkɒnəl)
n
(Biography) Desmond. born 1926, Irish cardinal; Archbishop of Dublin and primate of Ireland (1988–2004)
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With La citta dei crucci Connell helps to make this paradox more understandable.
In November, 1805, fourteen-year-old Sarah Connell of Newburyport, Massachusetts penned her first entry in the diary she would keep for the next thirty years.
In addition to the essays and novels, his books include four collections of short stories; two notebooks of poetically enjambed prose fragments, referred to by most critics as "poems," though both grew (like two trees from a single acorn) from what Connell considered to be an experimental short story; an epic narrative history of the Plains Wars; and another of the Crusades, marketed by his publishers as a "novel," which Connell calls a "chronicle.
Connell lived in Killeen since he was discharged from the Army in 1946.
After Page made several other threats to the two, Connell pulled out a .
That's what Dublin Archbishop Desmond Connell believes.
Victorian-based Connell Wagner has played a key role in two recent Asia-Pacific infrastructure developments -- the new Hong Kong International Airport and Indonesia's Pulau Laut coal terminal.
HOUSTON -- KBR (NYSE: KBR) today announced that it has been awarded a contract by Inner Mongolia Connell Chemical Industry Co.
Marc Anton Connell, 35, scuppered his chances of a career in the fire brigade with his "vicious attack", Teesside Crown Court heard.
com)-- The Connell Real Estate Team, with Keller Williams - Metro Center, helped their client acquire a Herndon, VA Estate Home located in Cedar Chase neighborhood.
WITH court proceedings against Philip Fenton heading into September, owner Barry Connell has informed the trainer dual Grade 1 novice hurdler the tullow tank will join the Curragh yard of dessie Hughes.
The Connell Company (Connell) today received the sub-Saharan Africa Exporter of the Year award from the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank).