O'Connor, Frank

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O'Connor, Frank,

1903–66, Irish short-story writer, whose name originally was Michael O'Donovan. He was a librarian in Dublin and later a director of the Abbey Theatre (1936–39). O'Connor is noted primarily for his short stories—witty, tender, and penetrating studies of Irish life. He also published poetry, critical works, and volumes of Irish history.

Bibliography

See his autobiography, An Only Child (1961); biography by J. McKeon (1999).

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Prosecutor Michael O'Donovan told the threejudge court his instructions were "the matter be withdrawn and the single charge struck out".
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The co-operative of about 200 researchers - which included Cardiff academics Michael O'Donovan, Michael Owen and Nick Craddock from Cardiff's School of Medicine - also found many of these DNA variations contribute to both diseases.
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Michael O'Donovan, managing director of Eurojet which supplies consultancy services to the industry, said it was "inevitable" that other airlines would look to recoup costs in the same way as American Airlines and Thomson.
Bogus sales aren't confined to farmers' markets," said Michael O'Donovan, a department official.
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Garda Michael O'Donovan said: "He was handed in to Sundrive Garda Station in Crumlin.