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Synonyms for mulligan

Irish version of burgoo

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Sean O'Neill, co-director at Mulligan's, told the ECHO: "Our initial venue has been going really well so we wanted to open in a busy area with a large Irish community.
There is PS875,070.11 available from Woods and PS810,108.83 from Mulligan.
Liza Lann, prosecuting, said the victim and her 76-year-old husband had parked their car about 7pm and were walking towards the store when Mulligan struck.
Most recently, Mulligan served as SVP of Business Development and Diversity at LCNB National Bank.
Justice Creedon said Hillen, of Glendasha Road in Forkhill, Co Armagh, stabbed Mr Mulligan following a row in the early hours.
Mulligan Insurance was founded in 2019 by owner Lance Hall, who has more than 20 years of industry experience.
Carey Mulligan's character risks everything in the name of women's rights in Suffragette
They remained married until Marks died of breast cancer in 1996, said Mulligan, adding that Rudd was involved with another woman at the time of her mother's death.
With more than 20 years of experience in commercial real estate due diligence, Mulligan's expertise includes conducting and supervising environmental, health and safety, remediation, land surveying and zoning projects nationwide.
Instead, taking a mulligan allows you to retake the shot, and only the shot you took as a mulligan will be counted.
'Horse' (below) has been Mickey Harte's right hand for several seasons though Mulligan admitted he was shocked to see his old buddy move into coaching.
Mulligan's latest role in the movie Suffragette sees her playing Maud Watts, a laundry worker and housewife from the East End who gets drawn into the suffragette movement.
has promoted John Mulligan, the company's chief financial officer, to the newly created role of executive vice president and chief operating officer.
Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel is the 75th anniversary edition of the beloved classic children's picturebook by Caldecott medalist Virginia Lee Burton.
MULLIGAN, the president and chief executive officer of WESTERN WORLD INSURANCE GROUP, will retire in January following a 33-year career with the company.