OConnor


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O'Con•nor

(oʊˈkɒn ər)

n.
1. Frank (Michael Donovan), 1903–66, Irish writer.
2. (Mary) Flannery, 1925–64, U.S. author.
3. Sandra Day, born 1930, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1981.
4. Thomas Power, 1848–1929, Irish journalist and political leader.
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Minister Mitchell OConnor is currently in the Middle East and has met with Her Excellency Dr.
Some of its the downturn in the industry, OConnor said.
in Plainview and will eventually lease its other property, a 15,000-square-foot building in Patchogue, according to Jack OConnor of Newmark Knight Frank.
OConnor is a member of the firms private equity and venture capital practice where she concentrates on private equity, venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, management buyouts, telecommunications and general corporate matters.
Buffalo Grove police honored its Saved by the Belt award winner the OConnor family of Milwaukee last week at its village board meeting.
Mike OConnor of Dominion Properties said he enjoyed working with Vetterkind on Sage on Prospect and Sage on Jackson, which were both sustainable, multi-housing projects Phil is an honest and hardworking guy with a great team behind him, OConnor said.
has acquired California-based forensic engineering company OConnor Engineering, Inc.
But University of Michigan biologist Barry Oconnor believes that chupacabras is as much victim as a villain.
Tracking and analysis of money flows and identifying who is involved is critical to uncovering criminal enterprises such as people smuggling, Mr OConnor said.
But most airline computer systems do not recognise apostrophes and hyphens - so names such as O'Connor and O'Toole end up as OConnor and OToole on boarding cards.
OCONNOR BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, 592 Park Avenue is directing arrangements.