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List Of The Bill Characters (A-D) - C - Alex Cullen
... Alex Cullen First appearance On the Hook (Part 1) (3/11/00) Last appearance Episode #036 (20/8/02) Portrayed by Ged Simmons Information Occupation Police Officer Title ... Cullen's persistence and commitment to the job meant that he earned the respect of the C.I.D officers ... In the end, after a power struggle between him and Chandler, Cullen applied for the Murder Investigation Team ...
St. Louis Woman - Background
... been adapted into a straight theatrical stage play by Bontemps and poet Countee Cullen in the early 1930s ... He approached Cullen to write the book and Arlen and Mercer to write the music for the project ... These problems were compounded by the fact that Cullen died before rehearsals even began, and Ayers and Rouben Mamoulian who came in after to work on the ...
Cullen, County Cork
... Cullen (Irish Cuillinn) is a small village in County Cork, Ireland, situated north west of Millstreet town ...
Cullen Performance Hall
... Cullen Performance Hall is a concert hall located on the campus of the University of Houston in Houston, Texas ... Cullen Building, was named in honor of Ezekiel W ... Cullen, a former congressman for the Republic of Texas ...
Lucky (TV Series) - Episodes
... Date 100 Pilot - - Unaired 101 Pilot Stephen Gyllenhaal (unconfirmed) Robb Cullen, Mark Cullen Apr-08-2003 102 Calling Dr ... Con Peter Lauer, Anthony Russo Robb Cullen, Mark Cullen Apr-15-2003 103 Up The Steaks - Robb Cullen, Mark Cullen Apr-22-2003 104 Come Lie With Me - Molly Newman Apr-29-2003 105 The Tell Michael ...

Famous quotes containing the word cullen:

    All day long and all night through,
    One thing only must I do:
    Quench my pride and cool my blood,
    Lest I perish in the flood.
    —Countee Cullen (1903–1946)

    Truth, crushed to earth, shall rise again;
    Th’ eternal years of God are hers;
    But Error, wounded, writhes in pain,
    And dies among his worshippers.
    —William Cullen Bryant (1794–1878)

    Death cut the strings that gave me life,
    And handed me to Sorrow,
    The only kind of middle wife
    My folks could beg or borrow.
    —Countee Cullen (1903–1946)