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Mc·Car·thy

(mĭk-kar'thē),
Daniel J., U.S. neurologist, 1874-1958. See: McCarthy reflexes.
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Earlier, on nine projects, McCarthy and its MC Industrial have worked with Castle.
It came of no surprise to me that McCarthy went before the press and blamed the violence in Chicago streets on law-abiding firearm owners living in the suburbs.
Greenspun wrote that: 'It is common talk among homosexuals in Milwaukee who rendezvous in the White Horse Inn that Senator Joe McCarthy has often engaged in homosexual activities.
If I were a communications company and wanted to make sure I never got bothered [with a leap second], I'd create my own sort of internal time scale," McCarthy says.
Evans frequently refers to Chambers' testimony but is mum on his ultimate judgment of McCarthy.
I recently reviewed Shooting Star, Tom Wicker's excellent new book about Joe McCarthy, for the New York Observer.
McCarthy to its Westchester/Fairfield office as senior associate.
McCarthy, who accepted thereceivers coaching job a LSU, said a big reason for the move is off the football field, and the quality of life for his family.
Despite earlier stays of execution, McCarthy will not get a last minute reprieve from Wednesday's execution.
The story of Baptiste's courtship of and troubled marriage to Orlean McCarthy follows.
In Congress, Senator Joseph McCarthy, a Republican from Wisconsin, revived his own flagging political career by becoming the nation's chief Communist hunter.