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Aidan

Saint. died 651 ad, Irish missionary in Northumbria, who founded the monastery at Lindisfarne (635). Feast day: Aug. 31
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Coalition team member Aedan Smith, head of planning for RSPB Scotland, said: "This project was quite unique in bringing together support from many different organisations and local communities both across Scotland and further afield.
Aedan, Alistair, and Colin are three brothers who go to school, love their parents and fight good-naturedly among themselves a little, as all kids do.
The Raven Girl" tells the story of traveling scholar Aedan comes across an unusual girl with unusual traits.
Emirates NBD Group has a branch in Riyadh - KSA, managed by Mohammad Al Hegelan; Emirates NBD investment subsidiary, Emirates NBD Capital LLC, is managed by Ayman Al Aedan and active in the Saudi market as well.
The cash will help her seven-yearold son Aedan and his friends from the Bartley Reds football team enjoy a tour of the Isle of Wight in May.
Chichester Crown Court heard that Dean Hardy, 20, of Grace Road, Crawley, and Aedan Palmer, 19, of Tower Road, Lancing, plus two 14-year-old boys who cannot be identified due to their ages, all deny a charge of inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent.
Not only did he take to the stage but Lewis and his fellow James, Aedan Day, ran the gauntlet of a press conference.
Aedan Parish, glanced down at the 60 Jesuit concelebrants in the front rows and thought: We're old.
AEG and the Galaxy have established the Aedan Hamilton Fund for the benefit of Hamilton's 5-year-old son.
In May 1963, Aedan O'Beirne of the Irish Embassy in Washington reported that Cecil Woodham-Smith's best-selling book, The Great Famine, had a very beneficial impact on American attitudes toward Ireland, because it had succeeded "in putting into focus Irish emigration into the United States and generally of winning a sympathy and respect for the Irish emigrant who was the victim of the Famine and its consequences in the ensuing Century.
WHEN actress Ellie Millar meets director Aedan O'Brien the mutual attraction is instant.
At home after a long illness Surrounded by her loving family on 21st October, aged 63 years, Linda (nee Todd), beloved wife of Peter, much loved mam of Peter and Brian, mother-in-law of Kelly and Lyn, a doting nana of Connor, Abigail, Eoin and Aedan.