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Keating

Paul. born 1944, Australian Labor politician; prime minister of Australia (1991--96)
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Pune (Maharashtra) [India], Feb 22 ( ANI ): New Zealand's Chief of Defence Forces Lt General Timothy Keating was on a two-day visit to Pune from February 21 to 22, accompanied by his wife Brenda Keating and a seven-member delegation.
The Islamist insurgents have been "put on the back foot" as a result of the stepped-up tempo of US airstrikes and ground operations conducted in conjunction with Somali government troops, Mr Keating added.
As Thomas Keating observes in World Without End, "It is hard to be fully human without the conviction of being fully loved.
Without going into details, Mr Keating told the Irish Mirror: "You wouldn't believe half of it, unless I showed you.
Keating, a Republican, was the governor of Oklahoma from 1995 through 2003.
Effective immediately, Keating will be responsible for the company's global legal operations, ethics and compliance as well as serve as the secretary to its board of directors.
Born in Limerick in 1889, Keating won a three-year scholarship to the then-Dublin Metropolitan School of Art (DMSA) where he was part of an outstanding group of students including Harry Clarke, Margaret Crilly and Beatrice Elvery, taught by William Orpen.
Once Keating exited the train and told the trespasser to leave the area, he and the conductor were suddenly attacked with rocks and bottles thrown by four or five members of the Broderick Boys, a notorious West Sacramento gang, who were standing south of the tracks.
These three examples reveal an oppositional mode of thinking, a dichotomous framework that defines reality and identities in mutually exclusive terms, which Keating troubles in Transformation Now\.
He leaves two brothers, Philip Keating and his wife, Jane Taylor, of Lancaster and George Keating and his wife, Carole, of Florida; his sister-in-law, Judith Keating of South Grafton; nieces and nephews.
Keating (no relation) and his Keating Wheel Company, which produced bicycles, motorcycles, and cars.
Ann Durkin Keating also attempts to make the engagement on August 15, 1812, the "Battle of Fort Dearborn" in the book's title, a centerpiece, or at least a pivot, of the story.