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Callaghan

(Leonard) James, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff. 1912--2005, British Labour statesman; prime minister (1976--79)
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Hirtle Callaghan successfully hosted its first Career Restart Lunch last fall.
Miss Callaghan, 30, suffered serious head injuries and died at the scene.
Gerrard will make his 700th appearance for the Reds if he is involved in tonight's FA Cup fourth round replay away to Bolton Wanderers, leaving him behind only Callaghan and Jamie Carragher in the club's all-time appearance records.
Callaghan was speaking at the launch of the In the 90th campaign, marking the 90th season of The Football Pools season.
Mr O Callaghan s previous term of employment was due to expire this week.
5 Callaghan Square is being marketed by the Cardiff offices of international property advisers Knight Frank and Savills.
Former England trio Peter Shilton, Mick Harford and Mark Wright are set to appear for Derby County against Watford - clubs for whom Mr Callaghan had played.
Ian Devine, prosecuting, told the court that Callaghan was pulled over by police during the early hours of October 18 when failing to indicate at two junctions after driving his car from Grosvenor Yard, Newmarket.
Already working with the Deaf Society and local hospitals, Mr Callaghan plans to expand Al Cal Cars by buying a mini-bus and laying on day trips around the region for people in care homes.
Callaghan has been athletic director at Westboro since 2000.
I am also unhappy that Mr Prescott should be able to take the lead," he wrote in a note to Callaghan.
And at one stage, Callaghan was forced to consider scrapping the Polaris nuclear deterrent.