Delaney sentence example
- A devastating corner by Kavanagh found Thorne leaping above his markers to nod the ball into Delaney's bottom left-hand corner from six yards.
- All he remembered was Ethel Rosewater's bra size and the price of beer at Delaney's Market.
- In 1711 he founded the 4 Swift's Inquiry into the Behaviour of the Queen's Last Ministry; Mrs Delaney's Correspondence, 2 ser., iii.
- Malta's Tony Brincat inflicted a rare defeat on the 2000 champion Joe Delaney.
- Kavanagh's 30-yard free kick bounced back off Delaney's right post and Scott Young volleyed onto the crossbar from another Kavanagh corner.Advertisement
- But telecoms analyst John Delaney of Ovum said T-Mobile's decision was " not entirely illegitimate " .
- ovum analyst John Delaney called the definition of 4G " a matter of opinion " .
- If you'd like to choose a gender-neutral name, this approach works well since names like Sullivan, Finnegan, or Delaney are appropriate for both sexes.
- Celebrities that have tested their smarts on the show in the past include: Regis Philbin, Susan Lucci, Neal Patrick Harris, James Denton, Dana Delaney and Ashton Kutcher.
- Dana Delaney began her acting career in the world of daytime soaps, playing roles on Love of Life and As the World Turns.Advertisement
- Prior to joining the Desperate Housewives cast as new neighbor Katherine Mayfair, Delaney's most popular role was as a strong, brave Army nurse on the popular primetime program China Beach.
- She played the spiteful rival to Kim Delaney's Jenny Gardner for three years.
- Veteran actresses Kim Delaney (All My Children, NYPD) and Catherine Bell (JAG) lead the cast, as the show focuses on their characters Claudia Joy Holden and Denise Sherwood respectively.
- Army Wives stars Kim Delaney, Catherine Bell, Brigid Brannagh, Sterling K.
- Actress Kim Delaney would later go on to appear on NYPD Blue, CSI Miami and Army Wives.Advertisement
- Games and Activities for Children with Autism, Aspergers and Sensory Processing Disorders by Tara Delaney: This activity book was written by a pediatric occupational therapist.