McBurney

Mc·Bur·ney

(mĭk-bŭr'nē),
Charles, U.S. surgeon, 1845-1913. See: McBurney incision, McBurney point, McBurney sign.
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Locks Alan O'Connor and Matthew Dalton led Ulster's response, their pack profiting from a close-in 17th-minute line-out as McBurney broke off the maul to crash over for a try which Johnny McPhillips converted.
Competition organisers Michelle Wallace and Amanda McBurney would like to thank Faye Jeffries for compering and the ice bowl staff for their invaluable help.
The play was staged by famous innovative British director Simon McBurney. Sberbank has launched a new promotion as part of its Thank You from Sberbank loyalty programme.
With Rory Best and Rob Herring both on Ireland duty, John Andrew and McBurney are set to share the hooking responsibilities against the Southern Kings.
12 September 2016 - Matt McBurney will assume the newly created position of vice president Luvata HTS Integration Lead following the merger of US-based thermal management technology and solutions Modine Manufacturing Company (NYSE: MOD) and industrial coils, coolers and related products maker Luvata Heat Transfer Solutions, the company said.
Tries from Adam McBurney, Max Deegan and Greg Jones secured the famous win at Manchester City's Academy stadium.
McBurney focuses on the attempts to kidnap military leaders of the rank of lieutenant colonel and above and civilian leaders who served as governors of colonies or states during the American Revolution.
McBurney and associates analyzed information from 7,922 NHANES participants with available measurements of serum alpha-tocopherol.
Leaping off from Petru Popescu's book "Amazon Beaming," an account of an American photographer's encounter with an indigenous tribe, Simon McBurney's solo show for his company Complicite is quite extraordinary: a profound meditation on our relationship to time and a captivating piece of high-definition storytelling.