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Cawley

Evonne (née Goolagong). born 1951, Australian tennis player: Wimbledon champion 1971 and 1980; Australian champion 1974--76
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John Paul Cawley, 22, killed 28-year-old Bruno Lemes de Souza in North Kerry more than three years ago.
Tollway Center, which will be developed by Cawley Partners, will feature an open-air rooftop terrace, fitness center, and indoor cafe.
Cawley, 96Whitinsville - Barbara Cawley (nee Walker), 96, of South Burlington VT.
ALLOA winger Kevin Cawley LLOA winger Kevin Cawley believes beating Rangers in the Petrofac Training Cup semi-final cast a long shadow over the club.
Second-half goals from Mark Docherty and Kevin Cawley meant the Wasps moved up to eighth, swapping places with their hosts.
THE brother of Celine Cawley has told of his horror at having to care for her killer husband after his sister's death.
John Cawley took almost PS70 worth of meat and alcohol from Aldi in Beck Road.
John Cawley is a Research Associate in the NBER's Programs on Health Economics and Health Care, and a Professor in the Departments of Policy Analysis and Management, and Economics, at Cornell University.
Jonathan Cawley will be responsible for the park's policies and strategic plans, sustainable communities and cultural heritage.
Chadney Bulgin, based in Hampshire, has acquired Cawley Financial Services, to help expand its financial planning services.
Open One Month, Now Booked Months in Advance "We're changing lives by helping people transition to a healthier lifestyle for the long term," founder Cawley says.
LEEDS fan Aaron Cawley was yesterday jailed for 16 weeks for attacking Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Chris Kirkland during Friday night's ill-tempered Yorkshire derby at Hillsborough, while the club he supports were left dealing with the damage caused by his actions.