Examples from the Web for cullen
“To the extent he was able to refresh any New Hampshire contacts, he would have done that then,” says Cullen.
Cullen is not the first serial killer in the medical profession.
The media dubbed Cullen “the Angel of Death”—a nickname he relished—when he was finally arrested in 2003.
“We may have just broken another record,” Cullen says of the recent heat wave.Earth Day: Discussing the Coming Climate Crisis With Heidi Cullen|Dominique Browning|April 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Dow is the Cullen Professor at the University of Houston Law Center and the director of litigation at the Texas Defender Service.
Possibly Cardinal Cullen might have relished them no better.Ireland Under Coercion (2nd ed.) (1 of 2) (1888)|William Henry Hurlbert
Then he grabbed Cullen by the scruff of the neck and sent him spinning into the arms of Seth.Boy Scouts on the Great Divide|Archibald Lee Fletcher
Come to Cullen to lie—hitherto the country is sadly poor and unimproven.The Complete Works of Robert Burns: Containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence.|Robert Burns and Allan Cunningham
The recent advances in neuropathology have revived of late years the views of Cullen on the pathology of gout.
The theory which Cullen adopted is quite as explanatory and consistent as any which has been promulgated since his time.
British Dictionary definitions for cullen
Word Origin and History for cullen
in some uses it represents an Englishing of Cologne, the city in Germany. As a surname it can be this or from Cullen, Banffshire.