Noonan

Noonan (Irish: Ó Nuanáin and Ó hIonmhaineáin) is an Irish surname. Notable bearers include:

Read more about Noonan:  People, Places, Medical

Other articles related to "noonan":

John T. Noonan, Jr. - Judicial Career
... On October 16, 1985, President Ronald Reagan appointed Noonan to the newly-created 27th seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, created by 98 Stat ... Noonan was confirmed by United States Senate on December 16, 1985, and received his commission the following day ... manufacturer, could not require employees to attend prayer services, Noonan argued that the company already allowed workers to wear ear plugs or read newspapers during such services ...
Mac Lennan-Hookham Suspension
... by film-maker and sessional lecturer Michael Noonan entitled "Laughing at the Disabled" ... thought", and the "last straw" was the Noonan thesis presentation ... of post-structuralist thought to corrupt." MacLennan angrily confronted Noonan after the screening, saying "I have a handicapped child and I pray to God that my child never comes ...
Some Surprise - History
... "Some Surprise" was written by Paul Noonan of Bell X1 and is performed by Lisa Hannigan and Gary Lightbody ... The song was initially intended to be sung solo by Noonan, with Hannigan on backing vocals and harmonies ... Noonan's original demo was sent to Lightbody, who had shown interest in getting involved in the project ...
Sinéad Noonan
... Sinéad Noonan is an Irish model and actress who won Miss Ireland 2008 ... Noonan was born in Dublin to Peter and Stephanie Noonan, and grew up in Dunboyne, Meath ... In 2008, Noonan participated as Miss Meath in the Miss Ireland pageant alongside thirty-seven other contestants at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Santry in Dublin, where judges ...

Famous quotes containing the word noonan:

    Most people aren’t appreciated enough, and the bravest things we do in our lives are usually known only to ourselves. No one throws ticker tape on the man who chose to be faithful to his wife, on the lawyer who didn’t take the drug money, or the daughter who held her tongue again and again. All this anonymous heroism.
    —Peggy Noonan (b. 1950)

    A speech is poetry: cadence, rhythm, imagery, sweep! A speech reminds us that words, like children, have the power to make dance the dullest beanbag of a heart.
    —Peggy Noonan (b. 1950)

    If you join government, calmly make your contribution and move on. Don’t go along to get along; do your best and when you have to—and you will—leave, and be something else.
    —Peggy Noonan (b. 1950)