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n.1.An Irishman; - a term used in contempt.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Teague von Bohlen is an Associate Professor of Fiction at the University of Colorado Denver, and his first novel, The Pull of the Earth, also set in Central Illinois, won the Colorado Book Award.
Los Angeles (AFP) - Minnesota Timberwolves's slim NBA playoffs hopes suffered a major setback Thursday with the announcement that guards Derrick Rose and Jeff Teague and forward Robert Covington were ruled out for the rest of the season.
It certainly wasn't the season to be jolly for Richard Teague, who was stopped inNorth Shieldsby police who were actually looking for someone else.
Teague is serving as president of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association.
Travis Teague, manager of the new location, said he hopes to have the doors open in mid-September.
Kwame Teague, 45, a New Jersey native who is incarcerated in North Carolina's prison system, has been asking prison officials to recognize Humanism for the past six years.
But Detective Sergeant Alan Teague, leading the investigation, says he believes they are not acting alone.
An attorney for the defendants, Stephen Teague of Teague Rotenstreich Stanaland Fox & Holt in Greensboro, said the case was tough and that the settlement was fair all the way around.
Shell-shocked Fermanagh were pinned in their own half and did not score for 15 minutes but Daniel Teague ended a scoring famine.
But Chorey's pressure was rewarded when they opened the scoring six minutes before the interval, skipper Andy Teague latching on to an Adam Blakeman free-man and powering his header beyond Tony Breeden in the Brakes goal.
Brendan Teague tricked his way into the North Shields home of unsuspecting Anthony Teague in March this year before brutally plunging a knife into him.