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Cronin

1. A(rchibald) J(oseph). 1896--1981, British novelist and physician. His works include Hatter's Castle (1931), The Judas Tree (1961), and Dr Finlay's Casebook, a TV series based on his medical experiences
2. James Watson. born 1931, US physicist; shared the Nobel prize for physics (1980) for his work on parity conservation in weak interactions
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It's going to be one big sing-along,'' lead singer and songwriter Kevin Cronin said via cell phone from an L.
At an earlier hearing, Cronin (left), of Windygoull Crescent, Tranent, East Lothian, had changed his not guilty plea on one count of theft from Anna Browning's home in Bearwood, Smethwick.
Cronin said the organization traces its roots to the First Hemispheric Insurance Conference in New York in 1946, when free-trade talks between nations began to gather steam after World War II.
Cronin said that a year or two ago, he figured he'd get just $100,000 for the property.
The companies jointly operate GSN, and Cronin will report to an SPE/Liberty management committee.
Ironically, although Cronin bemoans the lack of scholarly interest in Jonah's Gourd Vine and, along with other scholars, seems troubled by the "relatively little critical attention" that has been given to Hurston's other works, she helps to perpetuate the imbalance.
Solution: Cronin both informally and formally teaches staff not to wait for a resident's declaration.
Few people even within the architectural profession have ever heard of Hubert de Cronin Hastings.
As has been noted frequently, positive redundancy is a requirement of effective intelligence gathering (see, for example, Cronin, 1992).
Cronin has joined the firm as a principal in the Valuation and Transaction Advisory Group (VTAG).
Pride of place went to Mooncoin-based trainer Peter Cronin as he completed a heat double in the two fastest times of the night.