Reardon


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Reardon

(ˈrɪədən)
n
(Biography) Ray. born 1932, Welsh snooker player: world champion 1970, 1973–76, 1978
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Reardon, has joined the firm as Of Counsel and that PLDO and Reardon Law Office, LCC have formed a strategic alliance to better serve both organization's expanding base of clients in the New England market.
Ryan Reardon, 34, had only recently got his licence back from a previous driving ban when he caused last month's fatal collision.
Ryan Reardon, 34, had recently got his licence back after being disqualified for previous driving offences when he caused the fatal smash in Newport last month.
JOHN HIGGINS has shown his teeth at the Crucible this year - and snooker legend Ray Reardon has been lapping it up.
In a sharp reversal of a decades-long trend, the gap in kindergarten academic readiness between high- and low-income students narrowed by 10% to 16% between 1998 and 2010, according to new research by Sean Reardon, a professor of poverty and inequality in education at Stanford University, and Ximena A.
CHARLIE Reardon has stepped down as manager at Nuneaton Griff.
Retailing company Macy's Inc (MYSE:M) announced on Tuesday that Martine Reardon, Macy's chief marketing officer, has decided to leave the company, effective 13 May 2016, after 32 years of service.
Reardon submitted the essay that you'll find printed on Page 19 of this issue.
Horton) Reardon, 71, passed away on Monday, March 9, at St.
Reardon, a junior at Churchill High School, is the son of Richard and Caren Reardon of Eugene.
1978 - RAY REARDON 25 PERRIE MANS 18 Reardon won his sixth and last world title as he became the oldest player to win the crown - he was nearly 46 - when he pulled away from South African Mans in the third session.