Callahan may refer to:

  • Callahan (surname)
  • Callahan, Florida
  • A move in Ultimate Frisbee named after Henry Callahan.

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Santa Paws - Theme
... He was adopted by the Callahan family ... Callahan, the mom, who teaches physics at Oceanport High School also a strict but loving mom towards the Callahan family ... Callahan, the dad, who writes books ...
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... Character Actor Duration Darcy Callahan Alea O'Shea 2011– David Callahan Felix Williamson Nicholas Cassim 2004 ... Tegan Callahan Saskia Burmeister 2011 Bruce Campbell Chris ...
Steven Callahan
... Steven Callahan (born in 1952) is an American author, naval architect, inventor, and sailor most notable for having survived for 76 days adrift on the ... Callahan recounted his ordeal in the best-selling book Adrift 76 Days Lost At Sea (1986), which was on the New York Times best-seller list for more than 36 weeks ...
Colleen Callahan - Civic Participation
... Callahan has served on the boards of many local organizations, including Peoria YWCA Nature Conservancy Great Rivers Regional Board Youth for a Cause The Children's Home ... Callahan has been heavily involved in the National Association of Farm Broadcasters (NAFB), was its first female president, and was chairman of the NAFB Ethics ... Her father, Fran Callahan, was Iroquois County Democratic Chair ...
Callahan - Fictional Characters
... Father Callahan, in Stephen King novels Harry Callahan (character), in Dirty Harry movies Mike Callahan, of Callahan's Crosstime Saloon in the novel series ... "Tommy" Callahan III in film Tommy Boy Veronica Callahan in Mercy (TV series) Professor Callahan, in the movie Legally Blonde ...

Famous quotes containing the word callahan:

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