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Cusack

Cyril (James). 1910--93, Irish actor
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Catherine Cusack, maid to the Countess, deposed to having heard Ryder's cry of dismay on discovering the robbery, and to having rushed into the room, where she found matters as described by the last witness.
It was Catherine Cusack who told me of it," said he in a crackling voice.
McNamara, who was a selector alongside Ger Loughnane in 1995 and 1997 before taking the reins in 2008 and 2009, believes that the "sparkle" has gone out of Clare hurling but thinks Cusack, working alongside Davy Fitzgerald, could reignite it.
THE STARS John Cusack, Paul Dano, Elizabeth Banks, Paul Giamatti, Kenny Wormald, Jake Abel
Cusack competed in the 300-meter run on a regular basis for the first time this season.
Plymouth had a chance to take the lead in the 12th minute but fly-half Declan Cusack was wide with his 35 metre penalty kick.
Standard Chartered has declared the selection of John Cusack as Global Head, Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) and Group Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO).
Best known for: Grosse Pointe Blank Early life: John Paul Cusack was born on June 28, 1966, in Chicago.
Lesley Cusack, a 55-year-old woman from Warrington, Cheshire, adheres to a strict diet when she's awake to curtail the effects of her nocturnal binges, (http://www.
Eighties icon John Cusack stars as the gothic writer in the days leading up to his death.
Anthony Cusack and Glynis Cusack, both 61, of Cardiff Road, Treharris, conned the system out of pounds 50,732.
PLOT: Directed by James McTeigue (Ninja Assassin / V for Vendetta) this fictionalised murder mystery features Cusack playing novelist Edgar Allan Poe in the last days of his life.