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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Callaghan, (Leonard) James 1912-2005. British prime minister (1976-1979) who as Chancellor of the Exchequer (1964-1967) introduced controversial tax measures.

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  • proper n. A Irish surname.

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Examples

  • This can't be from the current session, because Vince Callaghan is speaking near the end of the clip.

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  • She asked, "You ever hear the name Callaghan in connection with the Hanover & Stiver case?"

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  • O'Callaghan '-- (he was my own cousin) --' sthrolling afther them, at his ase. '

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  • Over the years the members of our two clubs have been able to participate in parliaments and legislatures around the world through visitors such as Prime Ministers Lloyd George, Churchill, MacMillan and Callaghan from the United Kingdom, Premier Meir from Israel, Presidents Taft and Nixon from the United States, Prime Minister Gandhi from India, Chancellor Erhard from Germany and, without naming them all, every Canadian Prime Minister to serve in this century.

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  • And the Bombay Yacht Club where the ex consul of Ireland late Mr Leybourne Callaghan lived...he was my batch mate at the Alliance , celebrity Rugby player fondly known as Callaghan of India.

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  • For example, I've bought Konrath's books, I've bought O'Callaghan's, and I'll be the first in line to buy Guyot's and White's.

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  • O 'Callaghan's interest in photography began while he was a sapper serving with the

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  • In our case it was O 'Callaghan's pub in Mohill for a swift rehydrating lunchtime Guinness.

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  • O'Callaghan's Pub 470 Monroe Avenue, Rochester, 585-271-7190 |

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  • "They are but simple adventures in 'The Widow O'Callaghan's Boys,' but they are pleasant to read of.

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