Connolly


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United States tennis player who was the first woman to win the United States, British, French, and Australian championships in the same year (1953) (1934-1969)

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Perseguido por esa indolencia que supuestamente lo caracterizaba y cansado de la brega periodistica, Connolly cerro Horizon en 1950, despidiendose con un numero en el que aparecian, entre un articulo de Maurice Blanchot y otro sobre Francis Bacon, tres poemas de un mexicano: Octavio Paz.
As a feminist historian engaged in researching the contribution made by women involved in Irish nationalist, labour, and feminist movements in the early years of the 20th century, I see Connolly as crucial to understanding the political development of most of the women activists of that period.
In 2000 Connolly was charged with leaking information that led to the murders of two men, a lower-level snitch in 1976 and a potential witness in 1982.
Norwich stormed back with second-half goals from Ian Henderson and David Nielsen, but a late penalty from Connolly secured victory for the home side.
Northampton-based Wilson Connolly announced a pounds 132.
With average premiums of $890, the rate decrease being sought would average out to savings of $90 a car, Connolly said.
Early in the second half, Connolly put Wrexham further ahead before Housham pulled one back.
Saint Cecilia in Trastevere is near the site of a late-antique shrine to the Roman goddess Bona Dea, a proto-feminist healer whose cult Connolly thinks was absorbed into that of the saint.
BY COLIN BRENNAN TRIBUTES have poured in for Tipperary GAA duel star Eddie Connolly who died after losing a brave battle against cancer.
Eileen Rachael (McLaughlin) Connolly, 79, passed away at home on Oct.
And when he bumped And when he bumped into Scots comedy legend into Scots comedy legend Connolly the next day, he Connolly the next day, he told him of his fears.
Ryan Connolly, 30, signed an agreement before a judge at Liverpool's Civil Court.
The Boston crime lord, now 79, disappeared in January, 1995 after a corrupt FBI pal, John Connolly, told him he was about to be arrested.
Jeanie Connolly gave a false alibi for her son Mark, claiming he was fixing her television at the time of a burglary.
Colin Montgomerie will have Paul Casey's former caddie Craig Connolly working alongside him at this week's French Open in Paris.