Enright


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Enright

(ˈɛnraɪt)
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(Biography) D(ennis) J(oseph). 1920–2002, British poet, essayist, and editor
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He has all the looks of your typical high school freshman, but there is nothing else typical about the play of Mundelein point guard Conor Enright.
When Liam James Enright was stopped, his mobile phone was found to have a message referring to a collection of "whisky" - said in court to be a slang term used for crack cocaine in the city.
Cardiff Crown Court heard on Thursday that Enright had a string of previous offences and became "effectively homeless" when released from prison in September.
Midnight Stroll kick starts a good day for Phillip Enright by landing the maiden hurdle; 3.
Dad Liam Flynn, 53, was given a four-year suspended sentence for the assault causing harm of his "great pal" Noel Enright at the defendant's home.
But Sean Enright, a senior lawyer rather than a professional historian, has found a new perspective to add.
Bill Enright, President and CEO of Altimmune said that the new contract with BARDA will support the development of the NasoShield anthrax vaccine through Phase 1 and Phase 2 clinical studies.
Enright, who lives in Houghton-leSpring but has a number of properties in Gateshead and other locations in the North East, had been advised by Gateshead Council to evict his troublesome tenants, but failed to do so.
Enright, who lives in Houghton-le-Spring but has a number of properties in Gateshead and other locations in the North East, had been advised by Gateshead Council to evict his troublesome tenants, but failed to do so.
Enright won the Booker Prize for The Gathering (*** SELECTION Jan/Feb 2008).
Anne Enright, a Booker Prize-winning author from Ireland, is a master of beautifully lyrical prose, and The Green Road does not disappoint.