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Milligan

Spike, real name Terence Alan Milligan. born 1918, British radio, stage, and film comedian and author, born in India. He appeared in The Goon Show (with Peter Sellers and Harry Secombe; BBC Radio, 1952--60) and his films include Postman's Knock (1962), Adolf Hitler, My Part in his Downfall (1972), The Three Musketeers (1974), The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977), and Yellowbeard (1982). He was awarded an honorary knighthood in 2000
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Businesswoman Fiona, from Glasgow, said she was appalled and disgusted that Milligan had been allowed into the event at the plush Ardoe House Hotel on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
Milligan recently served as an adviser to the Canadian Department of Finance on its Review of Federal Tax Expenditures.
Singer had alleged that when Milligan fired him in April 2015, he violated the state's whistleblower law.
Thompson Creek's principal operating property is its 100%-owned Mount Milligan Mine, an open-pit copper and gold mine and concentrator in British Columbia.
Milligan had left Oldham Athletic for his big chance in the top flight at Everton, and when asked "But what if he doesn't want to leave Everton?
Milligan appeared at Hamilton Sheriff Court last week and is due to stand trial next month.
To be based in Dallas, Texas, Milligan will be in charge of sales for service centres, parts services, component repair and overhaul (CR&O) and smart services, plus sales support and service planning.
In this role, Milligan will be responsible for managing the company's debt and equity raising activities, investor relations, treasury and other corporate finance related activities.
The appearance of a book-length study devoted to Milligan is thus very welcome.
Abu Dhabi: Bani Yas have started negotiating to sign Australian midfielder Mark Milligan in a bid to replace his countryman Nicholas Alberto, whose loan finished at the end of the season.
And Louise Milligan, granddaughter of the founders of the company, hopes to now steer the empire in a new direction.
This biography of Irish activist Alice Milligan (1866-1953) was written to accompany the "Alice Milligan and the Irish Cultural Revival" exhibition at the National Library of Ireland, which was curated by author Morris (Trinity College Dublin).