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He said: "I want to, on behalf of all of us here and on behalf of the people and priests of the Archdiocese of Armagh, condemn in the strongest possible terms the callous murder of Keith Branigan in the Ashling Holiday Park and to offer our condolences to his wife Rachel and their loved ones.
"My concern is, if we're leading dogs around with food, we might accidentally lead them outside of their comfort zone," says Branigan. Just because a dog is eating, she says, doesn't mean he's comfortable, and it's easy to accidentally lead a dog beyond where he'd choose to go if not for the cookie in front of his nose.
Conversely, a blow-out "one-and-done," which may seem exciting to clients, is easily forgotten, Branigan says.
nBelow, from left, Philip Branigan, Dean Cameron and Charles Neophytou
Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty has welcomed three new office managers: Anthony Berardi in New Rochelle/Larchmont, Jamie Branigan in Nyack, and Lori Ragette in Dobbs Ferry.
John Branigan, a Philadelphia lawyer, is similarly young-looking.
Singer-songwriters Rodney Branigan and Tim Snider hit the Axe and Fiddle, 657 E.
* Patrick Branigan, Team Leader, Sure Start and Quality Division, Department for Education
The county's Under-20s squad as well as a number of players at Under-17s and 15s levels will be given access to the university's Sport Central facility, with Team Northumbria's head of strength and conditioning Joel Branigan and Journal columnist Roger Uttley playing a leading role in overseeing the 33-session programme.
Yesterday's higher close was on a lower volume, suggesting that the market is not that keen to buy at higher levels," Lynnden Branigan, technical analyst at Barclays Capital, said.
Born and raised one block from Chicago's Midway Airport, Branigan began cultivating his love of Chicago's airports as a child.
byworth) Above: Tiger at Aston Hall, by Andy Reeve (andyreevo) Below left: Touchwood graffiti, Solihull, by Elliott Brown Below right: Victoria Square by Janey Branigan (Electra_Star)
Details: Katie Vertovec, Branigan Communications, at (414) 459-3940 or kvettovec@branigan.biz.
After recording four rock albums, he decided to switch gears co-writing songs -- his first major hit in 1983 was for the late American singer Laura Branigan with the song How Am I Supposed to Live Without You.