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O'Connor

, Sandra Day Born 1930.
American jurist. She was appointed the first woman associate justice of the US Supreme Court in 1981, and she served until 2006.
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O'Connor

(əʊˈkɒnə)
n
1. (Biography) Feargus. 1794–1855, Irish politician and journalist, a leader of the Chartist movement
2. (Biography) (Mary) Flannery. 1925–64, US novelist and short-story writer, author of Wise Blood (1952) and The Violent Bear it Away (1960)
3. (Biography) Frank, real name Michael O'Donovan. 1903–66, Irish short-story writer and critic
4. (Biography) Thomas Power, known as Tay Pay. 1848–1929, Irish journalist and nationalist leader
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O'Con•nor

(oʊˈkɒn ər)

n.
1. Frank (Michael Donovan), 1903–66, Irish writer.
2. (Mary) Flannery, 1925–64, U.S. author.
3. Sandra Day, born 1930, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1981.
4. Thomas Power, 1848–1929, Irish journalist and political leader.
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O'Connor, the president of the Association of Machinists, had been foremost of the six leaders present in refusing to give such assurance.
"I'm not saying anything," O'Connor answered sullenly.
"I'm not saying anything," O'Connor replied, "except that I'm president of the Machinists' Association, and it's my business to consider the interests of the men I represent, that's all."
Whence came Peter O'Connor, and whither vanished, after writing his little name of a day on the woodland that was to become a vineyard?
He sat down by the elder Miss O'Connor and said to her in an undertone:
"But you know I don't care twopence about either of the O'Connors. Why on earth should you think I do?"
The Miss O'Connors asked them both to tea, and Philip would have liked to go, but Miss Wilkinson said she only had five days more and wanted him entirely to herself.
By this time the American admiral, O'Connor, was fully informed of the existence of the airships, and he was no longer vitally concerned for Panama, since the submarine flotilla was reported arrived there from Key West, and the Delaware and Abraham Lincoln, two powerful and entirely modern ships, were already at Rio Grande, on the Pacific side of the canal.
AMATEUR jockey Mikey O'Connor, best known for riding Mick Winters' stable stars For Bill and Rebel Fitz, has been handed a two-year ban due to his misconduct at two point-to-points.
O'Connor ELK GROVE VILLAGE - Nancy Teresa O'Connor, born in Chicago, Illinois, but lifelong resident of Elk Grove Village, passed away April 29, 2019, at 61 years of age.
Disabled athlete Rory O'Connor, 23, had started carrying them for protection after he was threatened on a country walk, a court heard.
What secured its place in history were its post-World War II graduates--a stellar list --and one of the most well-known, the subject or half-subject of the book at hand, being Flannery O'Connor.