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curran

(ˈkʌrən)
n
(Cookery) dialect Scot a currant
References in classic literature ?
1] John Philpot Curran (1750-1817), Irish orator and judge who worked for Catholic emancipation.
PATRICK CURRAN inspired Waterford to a win in what's likely to be their final outing at Walsh Park for at least two years.
Homeless John Curran, 39, set fire to a stairway carpet at the home which accommodated five people on three floors, next to a building which held 49 people, because he was irritated at being asked to leave, Teesside Crown Court heard.
Johnstone was due to meet Richie Boyle for his light welterweight crown but will instead challenge another former top amateur Duggie Curran - if Curran can make the weight.
Rob Curran, who served in Iraq and once worked as a bodyguard protecting some of the world's most wealthy people, was back in trouble after drunkenly shouting abuse and threatening to break a police officer's neck.
A court heard that Martin and Stephanie McNally, of Kingfisher Road in North Cornelly, near Bridgend, had loaned PS24,000 to Louise Marie Curran.
For Kevin Curran, warden of the Arizona State Prison Complex (ASPQ)-Florence, "something else" was accidentally burning his hand on hot tar.
Recorder Anthony Hawks warned 21-year-old Rastrick man Tyler Curran that he faced serving longer and longer in prison if he continued his violent behaviour.
Chris Brown made headlines after reportedly aiming a gun at beauty queen Baylee Curran on Tuesday in his Tarzana home.
A YOUNGER brother of screwdriver killer David Curran was stabbed to death in a horrifying attack yesterday.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 29, 2016-Informa Investment recognizes Curran as Manager Of The Decade
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 29, 2016-Informa Investment recognizes Curran as Manager Of The Decade