Cullen

[ kuhl-uhn ]
/ ˈkʌl ən /

noun

Coun·tee [koun-tey, -tee], /kaʊnˈteɪ, -ˈti/, 1903–46, U.S. poet.

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Cullen
/ (ˈkʌlən) /

noun

William Douglas, Baron. born 1935, Scottish judge who conducted public inquiries into the Piper Alpha disaster (1990), the Dunblane school shootings (1996), and the Ladbroke Grove rail disaster (1999); led the tribunal which turned down the appeal (2002) of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi against his conviction for the 1988 Lockerbie bombing
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