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Mulligan

Gerry, full name Gerald Joseph Mulligan. 1927--96, US jazz saxophonist, who pioneered the cool jazz style of the 1950s
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Mulligan received his Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Sciences from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh.
You pay for it (P500 per mulligan in a tournament), and sometimes, players mutually agree to have a couple of mulligans per game.
A TV3 spokesman said the broadcaster was "shocked" to learn Mulligan served time for the horrific unprovoked attack which left an elderly man seriously injured in Australia in 2014.
Horse' (below) has been Mickey Harte's right hand for several seasons though Mulligan admitted he was shocked to see his old buddy move into coaching.
First team manager Deano Browne announced that Mulligan was stepping down following 10 years as chairman after Saturday's 3-1 second division defeat at home to Heaton Stannington.
In an interview with Reader's Digest, Mulligan reflects on why this story hasn't been told before.
Succeeding Mulligan as executive vice president and CFO is Cathy Smith, who previously worked as executive vice president and CFO at Express Scripts, the nation's largest pharmacy benefit manager.
Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT), the operator of Target stores, on Monday announced the promotion of John Mulligan to the newly created role of executive vice president and chief operating officer, effective September 2015.
Robert Mulligan, who retired from the top court post about a year ago, acknowledged some mistakes he made in his years as a judge and administrator, misidentifying the appointing authority for court officers and writing a letter of thanks after an acquaintance of his brother was hired as an associate court officer.
Bringing Mulligan Home: The Other Side of the Good War, by Dale Maharidge, Public Affairs Books, 336 pages, $26.
New York, April 26 ( ANI ): Carey Mulligan locked her role as the enigmatic Daisy Buchanan in 'The Great Gatsby' with a kiss.
The Redistribution Recession: How Labor Market Distortions Contracted the Economy By Casey Mulligan 368 pages; Oxford University Press, 2012