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Mc·Lean

(mik-lēn'),
Malcolm, U.S. obstetrician, 1848-1924. See: Tucker-McLean forceps.
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McLean, 60, of Whitburn, West Lothian, is seen loitering outside the apartment before going in.
Under the terms of the agreement, John McLean has now been named managing director of ZRG Partners' Global Life Sciences practice.
McLean attended the former Blessed Sacrament School, and graduated from the former Classical High School in 1949 and Clark University in 1952, with honors in her major and her general courses.
McLean met his victim in 2006, while dealing with a community incident.
The following Don McLean songs have each been played over three million times on American radio.
In 1969 and 1970 McLean served on the College of Sciences Curriculum Committee at Southern University in Louisiana.
McLean gained the trust of many of his alleged victims through a leadership position in his local congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses near San Diego, officials said.
Speaking to Gulf News following his impressive spell, McLean said: "It was indeed a great feeling to take five wickets.
Going into the penultimate hairpin of the lap an incident between Asher, McLean and Renwick saw Asher spin and McLean and Renwick compromised, allowing Potter, McNicholas and Ian Sheldrake to pass all three of them.
McLean, whose deep appreciation of newspapers, fly fishing, upland game hunting, the environment and academia was second only to his love and devotion to his family, was 83.
Padre McLean brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience that give him unique insight in this crucial leadership role.
In his new position as CEO of Blackcomb, McLean will work with John Morris, co-owner, board member and president of the company, to strengthen its sales base.