Caulfield


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Caulfield

(ˈkɔːlfiːld)
n
(Biography) Patrick (Joseph). 1936–2005, British painter and printmaker
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'And here's Kirby's Wonderful Museum,' said Mr Boffin, 'and Caulfield's Characters, and Wilson's.
CONOR McCORMACK believes John Caulfield should have a lead role in taking the League of Ireland to a higher level.
Caulfield graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1973, he was certain that his interests in anthropology and natural resource management would ultimately take him to Alaska.
CAULFIELD TOMORROW AIDAN O'BRIEN and Willie Mullins are represented in Caulfield's Group 1 A$1 million (PS590,000) Ladbrokes Stakes over a mile and a quarter, the most recognised trial for the Cox Plate, where the mighty Winx - who won this 12 months ago - lies in wait on October 28 at Moonee Valley.
Ramsdens Solicitors and Baxter Caulfield have combined resources to create a business with 23 partners and 250 employees.
CORK City boss John Caulfield refused to get carried away by the Rebel Army's strong start to the season after beating Bray.
AWARD-WINNING comedian Jo Caulfield is preparing to bring her new stage show to Wales.
Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC announced the promotion of John Caulfield to chief operating officer.
Caulfield was previously charge d' affaires at the U.S.
The Lee Caulfield Friends Association (LCFA) was set up in memory of Lee, who died from a brain tumour when he was just 32 at the Young Persons' Unit (YPU) at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in Selly Oak.
John Caulfield, the veteran diplomat running the U.S.