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Muldoon

Sir Robert David. 1921--92, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1975--84)
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Muldoon (left) - who turns 33 on Monday, and has made 258 appearances for the province - has yet to taste success at the Limerick venue.
The opening goal came on three minutes when a swirling free-kick dropped to the feet of Muldoon, who fired past Daniel Lincoln from 10 yards.
Effective immediately, Muldoon and Lange become Principals.
Muldoon is the sixth senior regulator hired for the job of shoring up the capital, to exit the central bank.
Hackney New Variety was initially conceived as a management collective, and its core were former CAST members Ann Cartwright, Peter Wren, Pete Morland and Claire and Roland Muldoon.
Tracy, 47, took Spotty Muldoon - named because of his spots on his ears and knees - in at the Tan Hill Inn in North Yorkshire.
Muldoon scored two and assisted three as the visitors showed the difference in class between the Evo Stik Premier and the Northern Counties East League Division I.
Muldoon had missed a great chance when he shot into the side-netting after beating Bay keeper Chris Sanna to a weak headed back pass from Danny Meadowcroft, but on 30 minutes he and Cosworth combined to put Chris Adam clear inside the area to score the equaliser.
Spanning more than four decades and including eleven major collections plus several 'interim publications' in various genres and forms, the oeuvre of Paul Muldoon to date, in its volume and consistency, amply justifies the amount of critical discussion that it has generated on both sides of the Atlantic, materialised in countless articles and a few book-length studies.
James Muldoon, 31, of Lakenheath Road, Halewood, was one of four Liverpool men jailed over the raid on the depot in Grantham, Lincolnshire, in March 2006.
CONNACHT captain John Muldoon is set to miss his side's festive programme after breaking his arm in Friday's Amlin Challenge Cup defeat to Harlequins in Galway.
Moreover, it's clear that Muldoon believes poetry--given that language and its musicality are the genre's chief means--should reflect some of the complexity of our own experience in these increasingly complex times.