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Colum

Padraic . 1881--1972, Irish lyric poet, resident in the US (1914--72)
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st er, was ouse a m the me BATTLE Little RECOVERING in Baby Holly remained in a stable condition at the Royal Victoria Hospital but Christina and Colum, 28, were hopeful she will be discharged today.
Claire is seen watching in shock as Colum threatens the tailor.
Colum, who worked for Dunlop in the city for more than 12 years, said: "There's no secret to our 50-year marriage.
Colum Egan will pack up some of the equipment, people and whiskey from the distillery and bring them to the winners' home country for the ultimate BUSHMILLS party, where the winners and their friends will be the guests of honour.
But luckily for Colum, quitting the day job was no bother as he's also successful recording artist - and he's writing songs for Charlotte Church's next album.
Colum awarded Rangers a controversial 45th minute penalty from which they cancelled out Falkirk's early lead.
The heartbroken couple spent Christmas caring for Colum's twin Kieran and their seven-year-old daughter Caitlin, but are preparing to lay Colum to rest tomorrow.
One of the family's neighbours last night described Colum as "a lovely, lovely little boy".
The Canning family - including Colum, twin brother Kieran and seven-year-old sister Caitlin - planned to spend Christmas in Disneyland as a special treat for the brothers' Boxing Day birthday.
Wildcats' boss Tony Smith, the former Wigan scrum-half, said: "I didn't think Colum deliberately played the ball but the decision could have gone either way and we're not complaining.
We'll be celebrating our 400th birthday soon,' says Colum.