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(mik-lēn'),
Malcolm, U.S. obstetrician, 1848-1924. See: Tucker-McLean forceps.
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The visitors thought they'd taken a thirdminute lead when Gavin Morrison's 25-yard free-kick came off the underside of the crossbar and bounced on the goal-line with MacLean well beaten.
Mackin - who now lives in Majorca, Spain - ran up a PS49,000 legal bill with Mr MacLean's firm.
When MacLean and his ship left San Francisco on January 17, it was clear to all that he wasn't only going out to hunt seals.
A further hearing in the case will be heard on August 22 with MacLean expected to stand trial a month later on September 17.
TV pictures showed the pair tussling in the six yard box before MacLean, who had his back to his opponent, appeared to grab the 20-year-old's privates.
MacLean was senior partner at Calleta Partners, an employee benefits distribution consulting firm in West Palm Beach, Florida.
George's tireless effort, superior leadership skills, strategic analysis and outstanding banking acumen have been a critical asset to the MacLean family and the MacLean-Fogg board of directors.
Formed in Edinburgh in 2009, before relocating to London, Django Django began life as a lo-fi recording project when Maclean produced singer Vincent Neff 's demos and posted them online.
Kamal Vachani, group director of Al Maya Group, welcomed the first Scottish trade envoy to the UAE Nicholas Maclean at Al Maya Supermarket in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
MacLean and Young's friendship flourished in the 1940s and there is evidence of their creative and intellectual meeting of minds in poetry collections as well as documented evidence in the form of their correspondence.
So the strangest thing about Democracy in Chains--a book that contains many, many strange claims--may be how its author, the Duke historian Nancy MacLean, treats Brown.