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Fadden

(ˈfædən)
n
(Biography) Sir Arthur William. 1895–1973, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1941)
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Effective immediately, Tom Fadden is the new AGCS Global Head of Aviation.
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The decision was made after an extensive search for a successor who would continue the four-decade tradition of Al Mar's innovation and excellence," said Gary Fadden, Al Mar chairman emeritus.
It comes a day after former Canadian Security Intelligence Service chief Richard Fadden urged the Canadian government in an article to ban China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from supplying equipment to Canadian 5G networks because the "security risk is too great".
"This is the best day of the year at SLH," said South Liverpool Homes chief executive Julie Fadden.
BREAFFY: P Dravins 1-0 (1 pen), C O'Shea (0-3, 3f), T O'Reilly (0-2), R Fadden (0-1), R Hennelly (0-1 45), G Dunne (0-1).
Cary-Grove 1, McHenry 0: Kolin Fadden scored the lone goal of the match and the defense for Cary-Grove (4-5-2, 2-2) shut out McHenry for the win.
Julie Fadden, RSPCA deputy chief inspector in South West Wales, said: "This poor dog was found in a truly shocking state, abandoned on a lane in Maesteg.
RSPCA deputy chief inspector Julie Fadden said: "The puppies have now been safely taken back to the Republic of Ireland and passed over to The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA), who have kindly taken them into their care.
* The minimum farm size is 100 Fadden. Usually the farmers are not the owner of all the land that they farm; they rent the big portion of the land from other farmers.