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(mă-gil'),
Ivan Whiteside, British anesthesiologist, 1888-1975. See: Magill forceps.
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Randall Magill, 28, and his fiancAaAaAeA@ Jose Chavez, 26, (http://www.
Our back four played well with a special mention for Matthew Magill who was playing out of position.
In her submissions before the verdicts, defence solicitor Sarah Magill alleged that two officers had acted "entirely outside of their lawful duties" during the arrest.
Magill was selected as director of Jesse Brown VAMC, where he will oversee the delivery of health care to more than 51,000 Veterans, an operating budget of $445,073,357 (FY16), and a workforce of 2,600 personnel.
The futures of Christopher Devlin, 24, and Jason Magill, 37, hang in the balance.
A $400,000 upgrade of Magill Road in Magill began yesterday and night works are also underway in the Adelaide Hills, with $770,000 of resurfacing works for two sections of Mt Barker Road in Mt Barker and Aldgate.
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.
Field, Li, and Magill present students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with a set of more than sixty structural problems that involve the employ of 2D NMR spectroscopy.
SAINT David's Hospice employee Janet Magill, 58, from Llandudno Junction has been challenged by her fellow staff and volunteers to take part in the latest zip wire craze.
After eight and a half years of service, John Magill, CUNA executive vice president for government affairs and special assistant to the president, announced Aug.
PV owner Jay Magill wants to be prepared if it ever does.
0 GOALS from Kelly Jones, Simone Magill and Lauren Davies - on her debut - saw Everton Ladies cruise to a 3-0 victory against Durham Ladies last night.