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Scullin

James Henry. 1876--1953, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1929--31)
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The Mirfield Junior Seminary in Mirfield run by the Verona Fathers where |Kevin Scullin, above right, claims he was sexually abused in the late 1960s
Being able to turn around a distressed company requires a certain skill set--most importantly, an ability to gain trust from both lenders and company ownership--and Tim Scullin has that in spades.
WHERE did James Henry Scullin become prime minister in 1929?
Federal Justice Frederick Scullin approved a CSO abatement program that allowed the County to change course and advance a program that balanced the use of wet weather storage as well as a requirement to use green infrastructure.
When future Labor leader Jim Scullin moved the relevant motion he acknowledged that '[w]hether the exact words are on the Platform or not is merely a quibble' for the expelled had adopted a position 'opposed to the principles embodied in the Australian Labour Party's platform' and the 'spirit of the Labour Movement'.
The Labor Party expelled Lang from party membership for his heresy, while a section of the Labor Party leadership actually joined with the country's conservatives to create a party called United Australia, led by the former Labor treasurer Hugh Scullin.
It was known already that sleep is beneficial for memory, but here, we've been able to analyze what aspects of sleep are required for the improvements in working memory performance," said postdoctoral fellow Michael Scullin, who is the first author of the paper.
He moved into foundry superintendent and foundry manager positions at Scullin Steel, Walker Machine & Foundry Inc.
59) The new Labor Government of Prime Minister James Scullin introduced a referendum bill to allow amendments to the Constitution by Federal Parliament without the need for a referendum.
Lyons, a senior minister in the Scullin Government after 1929, abandoned Labor over financial policy in March 1931, leaving first the Cabinet and soon after voting against Labor treasurer Ted Theodore's bill to print money for employment relief.
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