Sweeney

Sweeney, derived from the Gaelic name Suibhne, may refer to:

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Sweeney Prizery - Physical Description
... The Sweeney prizery (tobacco packing house) is a single story structure with a loft and full cellar ... The Sweeney prizery was also called the Flood Tenant House and the St ... Pictures of the Sweeney prizery as it looked in 1959 ...
Stanley Leighton
... In 1869 his father passed on to him the Sweeney estate at Oswestry which had come to his mother through the Parker family ... Rifle Volunteers which he remained until 1888 Leighton owned brickworks at Sweeney, near Oswestry, which he leased to the Oswestry Coal Brick Co ... before 1880, then to the Sweeney Brick Co ...
Sweeney 2
... Sweeney 2 is a 1978 film that is a sequel to the 1977 film Sweeney! which was itself a spin-off from the popular British TV show The Sweeney ...
Sweeney Todd (ballet)
... The ballet Sweeney Todd, Op ... It is a one act ballet based on the legend of Sweeney Todd ... The dancers who created the roles in the first production were Donald Britton (Sweeney Todd), Johaar Mosaval (Tobias), Elizabeth Anderton (Johanna), Desmond Doyle (Mark Ingestre ...
Shawn Lonsdale - Scientology and Me
... was interviewed about his experiences as a critic of Scientology by journalist John Sweeney ... When Sweeney asked Lonsdale why the Church of Scientology was publicizing derogatory things about him, Lonsdale replied "They are trying to embarrass me ... Later in the program, Sweeney was accused by Scientologist Tommy Davis of giving "convicted sexual pervert Shawn Lonsdale" a "soft interview" ...

Famous quotes containing the word sweeney:

    Now Sweeney phones from London, W. 2,
    saying, Martyr, my religion is love, is you.
    Be seated, my Sweeney, my invisible fan.
    Surely the words will continue, for that’s
    what’s left that’s true.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)