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Scottish Labour Party Leadership Election, 2008 - Suggested Candidates Not Standing
... Charlie Gordon Tom McCabe Margaret Curran ... Curran was considered to be a probable candidate however, Curran subsequently stood in and lost the Glasgow East by-election on 24 July, raising questions over any leadership ambitions ...
Lancelot Curran
... Major Sir Lancelot Ernest Curran (8 March 1899 - 20 October 1984) was a Northern Ireland High Court judge and parliamentarian ... Curran was Attorney General for Northern Ireland (6 June 1947-4 November 1949), the youngest in the history of that parliament ... Curran had three children including Patricia and Desmond, a barrister and latterly a Roman Catholic convert and missionary ...
Claire Curran
... Claire Curran (born 10 March 1978) is an ex-professional female tennis player ... Curran represented both Great Britain and Ireland in the Fed Cup during her career ... Curran retired from the sport in 2007 following 6 years of professional play ...
Curran, Illinois - Local Government
... Curran is governed by a typical village administration consisting of a Village President and six Trustees ...
Claire Curran - Career - 2003
... Curran teamed with O'Riain for her first four tournaments of the year (all $10,000 ITF), resulting in one title and three losses in the semifinals ... Curran then went on to reach the semifinals in Dublin ($10,000) and win the event in London ($10,000), both partnering O'Riain ... Curran reached the quarterfinals of a $50,000 ITF in Shenzhen with Tzipi Obziler in her final tournament of the year ...

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    The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime, and the punishment of his guilt.
    —John Philpot Curran (1750–1817)