McPhail

Mc·Phail

(mĭk-fāl'),
M.K., 20th-century Canadian physiologist. See: McPhail test.
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STEPHEN MCPHAIL says it's neigh bother to him that Pat Fenlon will pick horses for courses in midfield this season.
In a complaint filed in federal court in Boston, the Securities and Exchange Commission alleged that Eric McPhail of Waltham "repeatedly provided non-public information about American Superconductor to six others, most fellow competitive amateur golfers,'' according to an SEC press release.
Stewart Core, 78, found a rare Scotland international cap belonging to Rangers legend Bob McPhail as he cleaned out his house.
James McPhail, 31, of no fixed address but from the Blyth area in Northumberland, appeared at Newcastle Crown Court on Thursday, February 13, for sentence after previously pleading guilty to two burglaries.
STEPHEN McPhail could be about to join his old Cardiff City boss Dave Jones at Sheffield Wednesday.
Prolific offender James McPhail, 29, broke into the two properties in Plessey Road, Blyth, in January.
LEEDS UNITED legend Eddie Gray has insisted Cardiff City midfielder Stephen McPhail would have become one of football's household names if he had only had an extra yard of pace.
IF courage is the password to success, then Stephen McPhail will be the inspiration for Cardiff at Birmingham today.
John Actually November 24, 2011 (BOR) - The UK's first ambassador to South Sudan, Alistair McPhail, expressed his country's commitment to South Sudan during a visit to Jonglei state on Wednesday.
STEPHEN McPHAIL returns to Leeds tomorrow, the city where he spent a decade developing his cultured passing game under managers such as George Graham, David O'Leary, Terry Venables, Peter Reid and Eddie Gray.
Portraits of an Era: The Aerial Photography of Howdy McPhail