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Regan latterly worked with The Eden House, In April 2009, Regan stated on her Facebook page: " All About Eve are dormant and may never happen again.
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The part of Regan was specifically written for Thaw, by a friend of Kennedy Martin with whom he had worked on Redcap.
Warrant released their 7th studio album entitled Born Again on February 4, 2006 with producer and engineer Pat Regan, who has previously worked with Ace Frehley, Deep Purple, Mr. Big and L. A.
Kirby worked as principal assistant to the Premier of Nova Scotia Gerald Regan from 1970 to 1973 and Assistant Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau from 1974 to 1976.
While performing with Barnes, Berry worked with other performers that included Berry's future wife, Jackie Joseph, as well as Joyce Jameson, Bert Convy, Patti Regan, Ann Morgan Guilbert, Lennie Weinrib, and sketch writer / director Bob Rodgers.
Jonathon " Jonny " Regan ( born 14 October 1972 ) is a former fireman from Trimdon, County Durham, who worked in nearby Peterlee.
During his playing career, Regan had worked as a clerk for the Commonwealth Social Service in Melbourne.
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The White House Chief of Staff, Donald Regan, grew frustrated with this regimen, which created friction between him and the First Lady.
This escalated with the revelation of the Iran-Contra affair, an administration scandal, in which the First Lady felt Regan was damaging the president.
In his 1988 memoirs, Regan wrote about Nancy's consultations with the astrologer, the first public mention of them, which resulted in embarrassment for the First Lady.
This position is countered by fellow philosopher Tom Regan, who writes that the same argument could be used to justify having sex with children.
* Animal Rights and Human Obligations: An Anthology ( co-editor with Thomas Regan ), Prentice-Hall, New Jersey, 1976.
Irish rock bands The Cranberries and The Pogues ( with Spider Stacy as whistler ) incorporate the tin whistle in some of their songs, as do such American Celtic punk bands as The Tossers, Dropkick Murphys, and Flogging Molly ( in which Bridget Regan plays the instrument ).
Lear announces he will live alternately with Goneril and Regan, and their husbands, the Dukes of Albany and Cornwall respectively.
Kent meets Oswald at Gloucester's home, quarrels with him, and is put in the stocks by Regan and her husband Cornwall.
Sternwood mentions his other, older daughter Vivian, who is in a loveless marriage with a man named Rusty Regan, who has disappeared.
Meanwhile, in Georgetown, a young girl named Regan MacNeil living with her famous mother, actress Chris MacNeil, becomes inexplicably ill. After a gradual series of poltergeist-like disturbances, she undergoes disturbing psychological and physical changes, appearing to become " possessed " by a demonic spirit.
Father Damien Karras, who is currently going through a crisis of faith coupled with the loss of his mother, agrees to see Regan as a psychiatrist, but initially resists the notion that it is an actual demonic possession.
In January 2007, McCall was appointed to a panel, along with former New York State Comptroller Ned Regan and former New York City Comptroller Harrison Jay Goldin, to interview and recommend up to five candidates to the State Legislature to replace Alan Hevesi, who resigned as State Comptroller due to scandal.
Co-authored with Larry Sloman and edited by Judith Regan, the release of Private Parts on October 7 saw its first printing of 225, 000 copies being sold within hours of going on sale.
In February 2011, The New York Times reported that documents filed in a lawsuit state that Ailes urged former employee and current publisher Judith Regan to lie to federal investigators regarding her affair with New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik, nominated for Department of Homeland Security Secretary.
The court documents also state that Regan taped one of the conversations between Ailes and herself, where Ailes discusses her relationship with Kerik.
The view that animals have moral rights ( animal rights ) is a philosophical position proposed by Tom Regan, among others, who argues that animals are beings with beliefs and desires, and as such are the " subjects of a life " with moral value and therefore moral rights.
Shortly after he became Foreign Secretary, Cook ended his marriage with Margaret, revealing that he had an extra-marital affair with one of his staff, Gaynor Regan.
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In 2011, an operatic adaptation by composer Tarik O ' Regan and librettist Tom Phillips was premiered at the Royal Opera House in London.
Fielding and White House Chief of Staff Donald Regan recommended that Reagan transfer power and two letters doing so were drafted: the first specifically referencing Section 3 of the Twenty-fifth Amendment, the second did not.
< font size = 2 > Regan Madden Park in Simsboro is named for Ragan D. Madden ( 1910-1990 ), a former Lincoln Parish, Louisiana | Lincoln Parish district attorney who also served in the Louisiana State Legislature | Louisiana House of Representatives from 1940-1949.
* June 10: Donald Regan, former U. S. treasury secretary ( 1981 – 1985 ) and White House chief of staff ( 1985 – 1987 )
As Chief of Staff, Regan was closely involved in the day to day management of White House policy, which led Howard Baker, Regan's successor as Chief of Staff, to give a rebuke that Regan was becoming a " Prime Minister " inside an increasingly complex Imperial Presidency.
Regan entered the Nova Scotia House of Assembly in 1967, and aggressively pursued the government of Premier George Isaac Smith as Leader of the opposition.
Regan returned to the federal House of Commons in the 1980 federal election, and was appointed Minister of Labour and Minister of State for International Trade in the Cabinet of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
Raymonde runs the Bella Union record label, which has released music by Fleet Foxes, Treefight For Sunlight, I Break Horses, John Grant, Laura Veirs, Midlake, Lift to Experience, Howling Bells, Stephanie Dosen, Beach House, Hannah Cohen, Dirty Three, Marques Toliver, The Low Anthem, Veronica Falls, Vetiver, Andrew Bird, J Tillman, Wavves, Abe Vigoda, Peter Broderick, Department of Eagles, Zun Zun Egui, Lanterns on the Lake, Alessi's Ark, Sleeping States, The Dears, Explosions in the Sky, Fionn Regan, Cashier No 9, Jonathan Wilson and Philip Selway.
Regan is a current member of the Liberal Party of Canada in the Canadian House of Commons, representing the riding of Halifax West since 2000, and from 1993 to 1997.
Regan served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, under Jean Chrétien and later as Minister of Fisheries and Oceans and Regional Minister for Nova Scotia in the newly formed government of Paul Martin, sworn in on December 12, 2003.
Regan also served as Vice-Chair of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development.
The conference ended with a student presence in Question Period in the Canadian House of Commons, a meeting with Secretary of State Gerald Regan, and a one-on-one debate between Chairperson Mike McNeil and Member of Parliament John Evans ( parliamentary secretary to Finance Minister Allan MacEachern ) in the Snake Lounge at Carleton University.
In early 1987 he was at the top of the short list to replace Donald Regan as White House chief of staff, but he declined because he intended to run for President in 1988.
In the 1984 general election, he was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as the Progressive Conservative Member of Parliament for Halifax, defeating Liberal Cabinet minister and former Premier of Nova Scotia Gerald Regan.
The word first appeared on a sign post in House of Heart's Desire, a short story published in 1989 within the pages of A1, with art by Dom Regan.