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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(Alliance News) - Cake decoration and food ingredients firm Real Good Food PLC said Tuesday Chief Executive Officer Hugh Cawley will step down from the firm after a series of asset disposals changed the nature of the role.
DES PLAINES -- Commercial real estate firm Cawley Chicago recently closed three lease transactions at 1111 E.
Steven Cawley, 40, has been jailed following the incident at the Warehouse Project - and for another burglary at a builders' yard where tools were stolen.
Michael Cawley was last seen leaving ahealth facility in the cityat around 8.45pm last night.
Aaron Cawley, 27, and John Dymock, 31, both from Cheltenham, admitted doing criminal damage to Ladbrokes' shop in Winchcombe Street in the town on December 10, 2016.
Key midfielders David Cawley and Rhys McCabe could both be ruled out following Saturday's scoreless draw with St Pat's at the Showgrounds.
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.
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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.
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.