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(mă-gil'),
Ivan Whiteside, British anesthesiologist, 1888-1975. See: Magill forceps.
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Julia Magill, who stood down earlier this year from her role as education portfolio holder because of ill health, has been investigated by the Public Services Ombudsman for Wales.
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Stand outs among a huge crew of acts playing the iconic venue include Jun Tzu (above), Dan Magill and Cull.
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PV owner Jay Magill wants to be prepared if it ever does.
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These patients presented many challenges to the entire surgical team, especially Ivan Magill and Stanley Rowbotham, the relatively inexperienced anaesthetists assigned the task of caring for these men.
Hotel spokesman Chuck Magill gave some details via email.
Appearing in the dock of Belfast Magistrates Court in a grubby grey T-shirt, 64-year-old Ian Patrick Magill was charged with breaching the order on dates between September 3 and November 30 this year in that he had access to a child.
But Julia Magill has big plans for Cardiff's education service and, despite her own limited experience in the field, says she is well-placed to lead the council's charge.