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Mc·Lean

(mik-lēn'),
Malcolm, U.S. obstetrician, 1848-1924. See: Tucker-McLean forceps.
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Yesterday McLean of Rowan Street, in the town's south end, pleaded guilty to a charge of assaulting Mr Boyce on April 17 by striking him with a metal bar.
He was preceded in death by his father, Leo McLean; grandparents Carl and Jessie Parker; and one brother, Mike McLean.
Witnesses said he wore sportswear, and they recalled that ex-fireman McLean would put a blue flashing light on the roof of his car "before driving in a way to impress the boys".
Officers had signalled to McLean to stop for a document check.
Blundell had been drinking lager all afternoon when Mr McLean tried to do him a good deed by knocking on his door to tell him his garden hose was leaking.
AN EXPERIENCED EXPERT IN COMPOSITE VENEER DENTISTRY Dr Andrew McLean (GDC: 67145) is an expert in cosmetic dentistry, having practised since 1991 for 27 years.
McLean, 25, enjoyed a fine campaign as Aberdeen finished runners-up to Celtic in the Scottish Premiership last term, making 52 appearances and scoring five goals.
The footage showed the police arresting Mr McLean on June 22 after a 999 call.
Under the terms of the agreement, John McLean has now been named managing director of ZRG Partners' Global Life Sciences practice.
As part of the agreement, McLean's founder John McLean will join ZRG Partners as a managing director in the firm's Global Life Sciences practice.
McLean - who made it to the final of Big Brother in 2012 - arrived in Trinidad on February 12, the day before she was due in court.