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Cullen

William Douglas, Baron. born 1935, Scottish judge who conducted public inquiries into the Piper Alpha disaster (1990), the Dunblane school shootings (1996), and the Ladbroke Grove rail disaster (1999)
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The scenic path passes the famous Cullen pet cemetery, then follows the coastline to reveal postcard-worthy views of Seatown and Cullen Bay.
The Addicks were 2-1 up when Cullen fizzed in a low, near-post cross, which Lyle Taylor flicked on for loanee Conor Gallagher to net on his full debut.
While Mick Cullen promised the network he would not divulge results before to the July 18 air date, he said Thursday he "couldn't stop giggling" about the mini-golf course created for the show in California.
Police say Cullen is wanted in connection with drugs and firearms offences.
As business development and marketing director at EC Electric, Cullen's responsibilities include developing proposals, managing client relations and training staff.
Cullen's mother, Molli Potter, took to Facebook last Aug.
Cullen, from Leeds, pled guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to a charge of using lewd and libidinous conduct towards the schoolboy between January 1981 and December 1984.
Cullen is described as white, 5ft 8 tall, of slim build with short light brown hair, a tanned complexion and with "prominent white teeth".
Cullen practiced in the real estate and construction law fields for over 40 years, negotiating contracts for projects including hospitals, schools and water treatment plants.
Stortford went in front after just two minutes, taking advantage of some weak home defence to put Chris Smith over in the right corner for a try which George Cullen converted.
 The lawyer, Richard Cullen, a former attorney general, has previously worked with Pence and he will now help him respond to the federal inquiries.