Muldoon


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Muldoon

(mʌlˈduːn)
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(Biography) Sir Robert David. 1921–92, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1975–84)
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Muldoon's broomstick, in a corner, to tempt the burglar.
Muldoon's right, and it's why I haven't asked her to do more than look in."
Against the wrinkly mirror stood pictures of General Kitchener, William Muldoon, the Duchess of Marlborough, and Benvenuto Cellini.
It's an awful thing to go to bed with a good-night look at General Kitchener, William Muldoon, the Duchess of Marlborough, and Benvenuto Cellini.
Speaking at a Dail committee, Dr Niall Muldoon called for an increase in family services for the homeless.
Kevin Roberts sliced a Jack Muldoon cross away for a corner while Muldoon fired straight at Dibble as the half wore on, the Town attacker allowed far too much space from which to advance from deep.
Rhys Muldoon pleaded guilty to attending at the house in Branchalmuir Crescent on March 9 and behaving in an aggressive manner.
Anthony Trevor Muldoon, 35, was jailed for murdering 57-year-old Norman Illingworth in December 2009, but still protests his innocence.
Staff reporter During the event at Stirling Central Library, children met cartoon illustrator Eilidh Muldoon.
Losberger De Boer, the leading temporary event structure and semi-permanent buildings specialist, has appointed Jim Muldoon as its new managing director for the Middle East, Central Asia and Russia region with base in Dubai, UAE.
Losberger De Boer says Jim Muldoon, its newmanaging director for the Middle East, Central Asia and Russia, will bring proven operational capability and a "reputation for driving business forward while maintaining high levels of client satisfaction" to the role.