Callaghan


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Callaghan

(Leonard) James, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff. 1912--2005, British Labour statesman; prime minister (1976--79)
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Other residents managed to escape the fire, but Mr Callaghan lived on the top floor and never made it out alive.
Well", Callaghan said, "I was Labour Prime Minister, love.
James Callaghan at Cardiff RFC's 1977 Centenary Banquet with Les Spence, chairman of Cardiff RFC, and Cardiff Lord Mayor Iorwerth Jones
Communications and Information Technology company Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) announced on Friday that it has appointed Alan Callaghan as president and managing director of Harris Defence Australia, a new operation that combines the company's defence related operations in the region.
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.
5 Callaghan Square office is part of the second phase of the Callaghan Square development.
Mr Callaghan later went to the 46-yearold's home to confront him, Mr Bozman said.
A Memorandum of Understanding was inked between Scion and Callaghan Innovation, said Scion Chief Executive Warren Parker.
Walsall County Court heard that Callaghan had approached his victim as she entered a 13th-floor lift on October 10.
When the Turks invaded on 20 July, Callaghan spearheaded efforts aimed at brokering a ceasefire, which was achieved on 22 July, 1974.
Felter (English, Cayuga Community College) examines the writing of Irish author Mary Rose Callaghan, who writes about issues of modern Ireland such as gender roles, alcoholism, sexual abuse in the clergy, and domestic violence.