Synonyms for mccullagh or Related words with mccullagh
Examples of "mccullagh"
also had two daughters, Helen and Daisy.
is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
states this form of argument as follows:
At the 1948 by-election, Edward
was elected unopposed.
was born to Anne Catherine
, a housewife, and George H.
, a local cabinet maker, in London, Ontario on March 16, 1905. As a youth, he delivered the "Globe" newspaper to local homes and built a reputation for sales within the newspaper's circulation department.
is an American entrepreneur, journalist, and software engineer.
purchased the "Globe" for $1.3 million and "Mail and Empire" for $2.5 million in 1936. The first publication of the "Globe and Mail" was distributed in Toronto on November 23, 1936.
named himself the publisher.
To this day
is still part of the Tyrone set up and continues to lead his native club Dromore St.Dympnas with pride.
retired from inter-county football in November 2010, due to family and work commitments.
is married to journalist Anne-Marie Smyth; they have one daughter, Rosie.
MBE (3 December 1920 – 7 July 2014) was an English author.
(born 1975) is a journalist living in the Netherlands.
"Prime Time" is currently presented by David
and Miriam O'Callaghan.
(1874 – 26 November 1956) was a British journalist, war correspondent, and author.
lays down seven conditions for a successful argument to the best explanation:
Early missionary leaders who served in this diocese include William Ridley and James Benjamin
is buried at Woodlawn Cemetery in The Bronx, New York City.
lost his seat to the Anti-Partition candidate Liam Kelly at the 1953 general election.
(died 3 September 1969) was a nationalist politician and farmer in Northern Ireland.
After the election Crawford
was elected by the new council as Lord Mayor of Belfast.
later supported the Ontario Conservative Party and its leader George A. Drew.
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