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Brian, 20th-century British neurologist. See: McArdle disease, McArdle-Schmid-Pearson disease, McArdle syndrome.
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But McArdle was his first lieutenant, and it was he that we knew.
McArdle, who still presided over our news department.
cried McArdle, rubbing his hands and beaming through his glasses.
Man, he'd have made a grand meenister," said McArdle.
It's a fine, steemulating letter," said McArdle thoughtfully, fitting a cigarette into the long glass tube which he used as a holder.
McArdle had just been studying the matter with the aid of our tame scientist at the office, and he picked from his desk two of those many-coloured spectral bands which bear a general resemblance to the hat-ribbons of some young and ambitious cricket club.
It was as if they had suddenly been stricken blind and deaf, and McArdle afterward said that for a moment he believed himself to have been killed by a stroke of lightning as he crossed the threshold.
Colonel McArdle died in Frankfort on the thirteenth day of December, in the year 1879.
McArdle, of Edinburgh, was jailed along with his then-girlfriend Chanelle Barrett, 19, who was sentenced to nine years for assaulting Billy, 43, and attempting to murder his best friend, Colin Stewart, 41.
WIFE killer Dermot McArdle could finally be forced to pay for his sickening crime after gardai arrested him yesterday.
Sydney, May 22(ANI): Former Australian cricketer Brendan Mcardle believes that England's win in last weekend's Twenty20 World Cup final against the Australians will ensure an even contest in next summer's Ashes series.
McArdle of Winter Haven, Florida; a brother, Paul J.