Healy


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Healy

(ˈhiːlɪ)
n
(Biography) Ian. born 1964, Australian cricketer; a wicketkeeper, he took 395 dismissals in 119 test matches (1988–99)

Hea•ly

(ˈhi li)

n.
Timothy Michael, 1855–1931, Irish nationalist politician.
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ATRIBUTE concert in memory of the much loved and very much missed entertainer Brendan Healy will take place in February next year.
News From left, Matthew Wood, Jack Healy, Sam Healy, Steph Healy, Dee Wood, Charlotte Boulton, Cathie Healy-Conroy, Pat Healy and Aidan Healy at the unveiling of the picture at the Tyne Theatre
Cameron Healy has assembled a management team to "breathe bold, new life" into Carlton, Ore.
Jeannette Healy Donovan, 97Paxton - Jeannette Healy Donovan, 97, died on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at UMass Memorial Hospital.
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John Healy was a bigger-than-life individual who figured large in the histories of southern Alberta, northern Montana, and Alaska.
Tolton excels at providing a balanced portrayal of Healy, not hesitating to point out shortcomings or exaggerations in personal accounts or historical records.
RYAN Healy and Stuart Green are Teesside singles pool champions.
IRELAND'S prospects in the RBS Six Nations continued to deteriorate when Cian Healy was cited for stamping on England prop Dan Cole in the 12-6 defeat at the Aviva Stadium.
Sydney, Jan 14( ANI ): Legendary Australian wicket keeper Ian Healy has claimed team's current glove man Mathew Wade's batting is very close to great Adam Gilchrist, but needs to work on his work behind stumps.
Healy to serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors for 2013, at its Annual Meeting on December 6.
MICHAEL HEALY joined the company in October as executive director of author and publisher relations.