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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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Instead, taking a mulligan allows you to retake the shot, and only the shot you took as a mulligan will be counted.
Every player is thankful for a mulligan it's like a fresh start in the same game.
The uncrowded Wentworth Manor overlooking the greens is the setting for the 4th Annual Mulligans St.
Mulligans Irish Pub at Wentworth is open to the public 7 days a week from 9am to 9pm (10pm on Fri/Sat and until 1 or 2am on special holidays like St.
Mr Mason said Mardenborough's relationship with the Mulligans when they lived in Geach Street, Newtown, deteriorated after his wife died from cancer more than 20 years ago.
The Mulligans wanted to keep away from him and matters became worse and worse in the defendant's own mind, he said.
Mulligans offers a huge venue open to all with an original Irish Pub, a banquet room for 200 overlooking the golf course, a covered outdoor veranda with tables for 100, and another seating for 100 in a courtyard under 60-year-old grandfather oaks.
Joyce Quin, then MP for Gateshead East & Washington West, supported the Mulligans from the start, helping them first to put their case to the Crown Prosecution Service.
May 8, 2002: Jimmy Mulligan dies and Ivy Clark is injured when a car mounted the pavement and hit them as they waited at a bus stop in Albion Street, Gateshead, at 12.40pm.
United in grief, three generations of the Mulligan family took their plea for justice to Tony Blair's door yesterday.
October 21, 2002: The Chronicle names and shames Webber and Eade as the two men in the car which killed Mr Mulligan.
Chris La Sala, of Mulligan's said, "We love the Lauderdale by the Sea area and are excited to be reopening a restaurant in this seaside community.