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Mac·kay

(mă-kā'),
Ralph Stuart, 20th-century U.S. physicist. See: Mackay-Marg tonometer.
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The publishing house of Eneas Mackay became an institution within Stirling, and was known world-wide for the quality of its books and although 41-44 Murray Place was the centre of the operation, he also ran a little art gallery on the opposite side of the road, beside the North Church.
This is a savage attack on healthcare in Mackay, Mr Miles said.
Reed and MacKay said following the launch of the international partnership in April and the investment in German-based Travel Management Company, Moll Travel, the acquisition of French TMC, Frequent Flyer Travel Paris creates further opportunities to deliver the service the company is known for.
MacKay faces four prostitution charges that accuse him of offering to pay for sex; four charges of endangering the welfare of a minor, for allegedly causing an underage girl to "witness an act of sexual conduct"; one count of sexual misconduct, for allegedly having sex with the girl; and one count of attempting to use a minor in the commission of a controlled substance offense, for allegedly trying to use the girl to help him traffic cocaine.
August 20: Betting is suspended as Mackay appears on the brink of becoming Crystal Palace manager.
MacKay told reporters last week that he's not running for reelection in order to spend more time with his wife, their son Kian and their second child, due in the fall.
Mackay and Bremner were not just ball winners, they were talented Internationals who could pass, score and read the game intelligently.
Whelan made his comments in a national newspaper interview in which he defended his decision to appoint Mackay.
Mirror Sport understands the document also names Palace director of football Iain Moody, who worked with Mackay at the Welsh club.
Mackay was replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in January.
Tiene una amplia distribucion, aunque la mayor diversidad se concentra en ambientes aridos y semiaridos (Mackay & Mackay 2002; Umphrey 1996).