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BAWNBuilders' Association of Western Nevada
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In a statement explaining its decision to withdraw the application, Lugano referred to standards complaints it had made as a result of "continuous erroneous and misleading statements'" These complaints had been seen by this correspondent - although they did not come from anyone directly involved with Lugano - with Couns Bawn and Oliver among those named in the article.
However, I must place on record my disappointment at this report being used as a political attack by the complainant, Coun David Bawn.
Speaking after the hearing, HSE inspector Liam Osborne said: "Formaction Ltd and director Derek Bawn knew perfectly well that what they were doing was seriously unsafe and illegal, because of previous enforcement action by HSE and a warning of prosecution if they continued to work in this way."
Teimlaf wrth ysgrifennu'r ychydig eiriau yma fel pe bawn wedi byw mewn rhyw oes o'r blaen, ond amser hapus iawn serch hynny.
Louise Bawn is looking to find her 370-pound shoe after it fell out from her handbag during an outing with husband Julian.
The oft-used phrase "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" comes from the novel Molly Bawn by author Margaret Wolfe Hungerford.
The company performed works by Dion Boucicault, including The Colleen Bawn and The Shaughraun, and probably offered its audience a variety of theatrical experiences and may well have been highly regarded.
Brian Bawn, president of the New Brunswick Teachers Association, said they are a non-profit agency.
The Tymon Bawn Community Association, the board of management of Old Bawn community school, and St Maelruan's AFC are the protesting parties.
Boucicault and his wife joined Laura Keene's theater in 1860 and began a series of his popular Irish plays--The Colleen Bawn (1860), Arrah-na-Pogue (1864), The O'Dowd (1873), and The Shaughraun (1874).
But his specialty in time became plays with Irish settings: The Colleen Bawn (1860); Arrah-na-Pogue (1864); The Shaughraun (1874); and others.
These complaints were seen by this correspondent - although they did not come from anyone directly involved with Lugano - with Couns Bawn and Oliver among those named in the article.