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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 was born in Portadown, Co Armagh, in 1951 and published his first collection in 1973.
The Hackney Empire is, as Muldoon frequently reminds the reader, an historic theatre, which opened in 1901 and was designed by Frank Matcham, one of the best known theatre architects of the heyday of music-hall.
Muldoon, who first joined Papa John's in 1999, most recently served as senior vice president, R&D, Quality Assurance and Supply Chain.
Muldoon feels the importance of social media is such that it can influence the very survival of a bar.
Muldoon is currently group finance director of FBD Holdings plc, a property and casualty insurer,.
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.
Muldoon is the sixth senior regulator hired for the job of shoring up the capital, to exit the central bank.
Between 1968-84 Muldoon operated in a state of continuous crisis.
In the near-forty years that he has been publishing poetry, Paul Muldoon has attained a place as one of the more idiosyncratic, though certainly one of the more important, poets of the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century.
Muldoon is, unsurprisingly, poetry editor of the New Yorker, which tends to publish amazingly dull poems--filler items--, usually by well-known, laureate poetasters.
Spotty Muldoon was taken in by pub owners Tracy Daly and Mike Peace when they heard of his plight after visiting a farmer in Penrith, Cumbria.
Manager Darren Hepworth singled out striker Jack Muldoon as the biggest threat to his side, and he was proved correct as the frontman played a part in all five of his side's goals.