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Mc·Car·thy

(mĭk-kar'thē),
Daniel J., U.S. neurologist, 1874-1958. See: McCarthy reflexes.
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With this expansion, McCarthy Tire's operation grows to 45 service centers, seven Bandag retread shops and one off-the-road retread facility in seven states.
A source said McCarthy is trying his best to be seen as a model prisoner to bosses.
McCarthy's district spans Kern, Tulare and Los Angeles counties.
McCarthy arrived on the same, manic, transfer deadline as Gareth Barry and Romelu Lukaku.
Vitter said that if EPA took specific steps to address five of his so-called transparency concerns, he would vote for McCarthy on the floor or at least advocate against a filibuster, which would require a 60-vote majority to confirm her.
Gill Sabin, regional sales and marketing director for McCarthy & Stone, explains: "McCarthy & Stone prides itself on building communities for the over 60s and by launching this appeal we hope we will be able to do our bit to help some really worthwhile causes within the local area.
Dalglish is determined to land Glasgow-born Ireland starlet McCarthy as part of a major summer overhaul.
Reading the World: Cormac McCarthy's Tennessee Period promises an important contribution to Cormac McCarthy scholarship.
But Sergeant McCarthy, who transferred to RoathPolice Station in September 2008, said it was Mrs Kelly who had been aggressive.
But Sgt McCarthy, who transferred to Cardiff's Roath Police Station in September 2008, denied all three claims in an employment tribunal yesterday and said it was Mrs Kelly who had been aggressive and screamed at her.
This intriguing quote, used to introduce her poem Facing North, could easily be Julia McCarthy's artist statement; it is indicative of everything her first book of poetry embodies.