McKee


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(mĭk-kē'),
George Kenneth, 20th-century British orthopedic surgeon. See: McKee line.
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A plan to push up the starting date for Glen Ellyn to lease the McKee House and other buildings at Churchill Woods Forest Preserve could help preservationists trying to raise money to restore the historic structure.
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Dr Vincent McKee, 57, stood for the Liberal Democrats in Coventry North West during the 2010 general election, nishing third with 18 per cent of the vote.
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