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Nolan

1. Michael Patrick, Baron. born 1928, British judge; chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life (1994--97)
2. Sir Sidney. 1917--92, Australian painter, whose works explore themes in Australian folklore
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Once on the ground in France, Nolan built, from the ground up, the Army's first multi-discipline theater intelligence organization.
I look forward to working with Eve and her team on a board level," states Peter Nolan, chairman of Nolan Capital.
Shuttled from ocean to ocean, Nolan realizes he is a stateless person, estranged from his keepers and forgotten by his country.
Kim Haythornthwaite, General Manager Nolan Business Solutions.
Mr Nolan will no longer carry out any additional roles, having previously been the Trust's chief executive and accounting officer.
Ms Nolan was selected through a competitive recruitment process and will be the first woman to lead the CFA as CEO.
Nolan is a free agent, having reached agreement over the remainder of his PS50,000-a-week contract at West Ham, and would not cost a fee.
Based out of Corcoran's Union Square office, Nolan sells apartments all over the city, from uptown in Harlem to Bushwick in North Brooklyn.
Nolan was placed on two drips and was surrounded by three consultants.
It has been a remarkable turnaround for midfielder Nolan who was sent off twice in four matches in early December and January.
At the crown court in Leamington prosecutor Shane Crawford said that Nolan and a male accomplice went to the home of a 93-year-old man in Burns Road, Stoke, Coventry.
Nolan was brought in as part of the Sabres major shakeup in response to the club's start this season.