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Tully:

see CiceroCicero
(Marcus Tullius Cicero) or Tully,
106 B.C.–43 B.C., greatest Roman orator, famous also as a politician and a philosopher. Life

Cicero studied law and philosophy at Rome, Athens, and Rhodes.
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Ms Tully will report directly to Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce and join the Group leadership team.
TRIBUTE Conor, Sandra and Andrew Tully at phone box defibrillator near Julianstown Pics: RTE
Dr Tully has coedited 6 books, including the Handbook of Avian Medicine (Tully, Dorrestein, and Jones; 2009) and Current Therapy in Exotic Pet Practice (Mitchell and Tully 2016), and has authored or coauthored numerous chapters in other veterinary medical texts.
Mr Higgins said he and Mr Tully were friends but had fallen out after the New Zealander wasn't paid a Christmas bonus, and as a result of Mr Tully walking out on a job he was sacked.
Mr Tully was on a world tour and had found a building job with a Bristol firm and he moved into a house in Luxton Road, Bristol, with Green and his site foreman Michael Higgins.
Tully joins DJG from IMX (Sears Holdings) in Hoffman Estates.
Lindsay and Tully also admitted an armed robbery at 69-year-old Derek and Mary Laing's home in Currie, Edinburgh, the previous day.
After the birth of Mia, in a moment of sheer frustration over how lonely and harried life can be as a mother, Marlo surrenders to the offer and presto, that night Tully (Mackenzie Davis) shows up.
But Liverpool Crown Court yesterday heard that he and Tully had previously shared a cell in prison and sleeping bags on the streets.
While working at the local newspaper during high school, Tully met Daniel Peter Holcombe, whose mom worked at the same paper.
Tully was named Denver Post publisher in May 2013, but his journalism career started more than 30 years ago.