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Mac·ken·zie

(mă-ken'zē),
Richard J., Scottish surgeon, 1821-1854. See: Mackenzie amputation.

Mac·ken·zie

(mă-ken'zē),
James, Scottish physician practicing in London, 1853-1925. See: Mackenzie polygraph.
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"Do you know what happens in this alley (in the movie)?" tour guide Allen Buzzard asks Mac kenzie.
Mac Kenzie has juggled sport and scriptures for years and had a test of faith last year when he had to cut short Aberdeen's Cup celebrations to sail to Lewis.
to 7 p.m., art by Sam Terrall, Trish Graff and jewelry by Mac Kenzie Mays.
Colin Hilton, the city council's chief executive, will now write to Mr Mac Kenzie, asking him to visit the city to discuss the effects of his latest comments.
Hamilton's cup hopes suffered a severe blow when defender Scott Mac Kenzie limped off to be replaced by James McArthur after 24 minutes.
The Walterville Grange is hosting a Scottish Pioneer breakfast Sunday honoring the bicentennial exploration of the Mc Kenzie River Valley in 1812 by Donald Mac Kenzie.
Though mainly owned by the fabulously wealthy Astor, his junior partners who actually ran the Pacific Fur Company included both Canadians such as Donald Mac kenzie and Americans such as Wilson Price Hunt.
It was designed by an Edinburgh firm, Mac Kenzie & Moncur.