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Flaherty

Robert (Joseph). 1884--1951, US film director, a pioneer of documentary film; his work includes Nanook of the North (1922) and Elephant Boy (1935)
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The funds are managed by Flaherty & Crumrine Incorporated, an independent investment adviser founded in 1983 to specialise in the management of portfolios of preferred and related securities.
Flaherty, of Albert Road, central Middlesbrough, admitted arson being reckless about endangering life.
Judge Norman Wright jailed Flaherty for seven years and four months.
Flaherty ran from the area and didn't have the knife on him but police traced his path helped by the camera operators.
But, after complying with the order, Flaherty decided to go on holiday to London in June, meaning she missed a probation meeting.
The judge told Flaherty to complete the original sentence and added a two-week electronically monitored curfew between 9pm and 7am.
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Flaherty preferred to bear witness to his faith in action.
He said that he had never known that he would have to pay tribute to Mr Flaherty at his funeral only weeks after the veteran politician announced his retirement from politics.
In addition to the criminal harassment charge against him, Trooper Flaherty has a U.
Flaherty, who owns a state-of-the art training facility in San Diego, California, has been working with the team since middle of this year.
Three weeks later Mr Brown, who suffered leg injuries, saw Flaherty, 19, and the car, with her band Twisted during an X Factor audition in September 2011.