Results for: Donovan

In Celebrities

Does Donovan have a family?

Um yes! Everybody has a family in fact at his final regular seasonhome game his mom and sister were there he was also married beforebut he had a divorce but he is now getting (MORE)
In Celebrities

Who covered Donovan?

Donovan isn't world famous so some people might not know. I suppose artists like Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Bruce Springsteen etc. might have take an odd one.
In Movies

Where is Rick donovan?

I saw that Rick Donovan was listed here as having died of hiv. The truth is that he is living with HIV. I saw him this afternoon here in San Diego and he is still very much al (MORE)
In Music Genres

What does Donovan mean?

Irish (originally of County Limerick, later of Counties Cork andKilkenny): reduced Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Donndubháin'descendant of Donndubhán', a personal name compos (MORE)
In College Baseball

Who is Donovan Violette?

Donovan Violette was among the top eight individuals in the entire regional competition of CT, enabling him to participate in the countdown round. In this round, he finished i (MORE)
In Prison Incarceration

Where is Donovan prison?

Donovan is off of the 905 and Alta road. It's right next to the george bailey jail in San Diego
In Inventions

Who was Marion Donovan?

Marion Donovan revolutionized the infant care industry by inventing the prototype of the disposable diaper.
In Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

Who is Edward Donovan?

He is a famous playwright. Born in Jackson, Mississippi, he went on to wow audiences through his 27 year career. He died tragically in a 1987 car wreck.
In Uncategorized

What are Donovan bodies?

Rod-shaped oval organisms found in tissue samples from patients with granuloma inguinale. Donovan bodies appear deep purple when stained with Wright's stain.
In English to Scottish Gaelic and Irish (Gaelic)

What is donovan in Gaelic?

The Irish surname is Ó Donnabháin (for a male) Ní Dhonnabháin/Uí Dhonnabháin for a female depending on whether a maiden name or married name. As a first (MORE)