Carew


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Englishman and Cavalier poet whose lyric poetry was favored by Charles I (1595-1639)

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Passing sentence, Judge Martin Nolan told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court, Carew had committed the "very serious offence" of money laundering for an organised crime cartel.
Cresselly won the contest by nine wickets but had to settle for the 20 points awarded for the win without any added extras, leaving them one short of Carew in the title race.
A 68th minute goal and stoppagetime equaliser rolled all the pressure on to Kalann, who made light work of the 2m handicap at the Curragh to seal Carew's big win.
Then-Villa boss Martin O'Neill left Carew out of the side, claiming he was tired following international duty.
Defender Robert Huth, who will duel Carew for the honour of Stoke's second, can at least have complete claim on the last-gasp winner.
Carew is currently side-lined with a torn calf and will be side-lined for three to four weeks.
Carew accused Houllier in an interview in his native country of being disrespectful after being challenged to prove he deserved a new contract.
While Cresselly were doing the business at Neyland, title rivals Carew were frustrated with just five points from their abandoned game at Lawrenny.
Aston Villa favourite Carew, 30, has just 15 months left on his deal and been warned his future will stay on the back burner until the summer.
Carew thought he had equalised a minute later when he swept home a free-kick from Milner but he was adjudged to have been offside, although TV replays suggested it was a borderline decision.
That's really good, but we've only got two left now!" O'Neill revealed that he was giving Carew a bit of extra time off at Christmas to celebrate back in his homeland.
ORLANDO, FL Rita Teresa (Bullock) Carew of Orlando, born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts.
AVILLA 5 BOLTON 1 JOHN CAREW turned in a towering performance for Villa - then backed James Milner for England'sWorld Cup campaign.
Impact substitute John Carew admitted delight at his part in Aston Villa's 1-0 win over rivals Birmingham as he came off the bench to set up Villa's 85th-minute winner.
John Carew's fortuitous goal midway through the first half settled the match.