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Roderick, Scottish physician, 1795-1852. See: Macleod rheumatism.


William Mathieson, British physician, 1911-1977. See: Macleod syndrome, Swyer-James-MacLeod syndrome.
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McLeod said: "What a debut that is, it couldn't get much bigger or tougher.
"That means it's not just the economy," McLeod said.
McLeod was appointed as a village trustee in 1980 and then elected to that position several times through the '80s and '90s.
McLeod had slurred speech and walked slow in a zigzag pattern," deputies on the scene said.
McLeod placed Whitten on paid administrative leave pending the results of her functional-capacity exam.
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A tweet by friend Carol Cubbin was quickly shared by many on the social media platform, saying: "After the sudden death of our beautiful red friend Yvonne McLeod yesterday, May 19, myself and other reds thought it would be lovely to hold a minute's applause on the 19th minute at both Anfield and the stadium in Kyiv on May 26 as a sign of our respect."
The police were informed and McLeod was arrested shortly after.
Alan Arnett McLeod was born on April 20, 1899 in Stonewall, Manitoba, just north of Winnipeg, the son of Dr.
Previously, McLeod was with NBCUniversal as theMD of the U.K.