Former Korean prisoner Cullen Thomas explains how his experience foretold Clinton's success.
“We may have just broken another record,” Cullen says of the recent heat wave.
“To the extent he was able to refresh any New Hampshire contacts, he would have done that then,” says Cullen.
Their plan became an up-close-and-personal sniper attack only when the bombs failed to detonate, Cullen reveals.
It was Cullen, in fact, whose money helped gradually build the Texas Republican Party into a political superpower.
The fire from the wall was very heavy, and the advance of Cullen's and Bethune's companies was checked.
Thady's only answer to this was, "How are you, Father Cullen?"
"That's it," Cullen said, as he jerked his head in the direction of the two riders.
With Cardinal Cullen on one side and Fenianism on the other, we have no peace.
I wasn't going to have the sheriff or cowboys tumbling over Miss Cullen's clothes, so I looked over her bag myself.
in some uses it represents an Englishing of Cologne, the city in Germany. As a surname it can be this or from Cullen, Banffshire.