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MacGregor

Joanna (Clare). born 1959, British concert pianist and broadcaster; recordings include the "crossover" album Play (2001)
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Even in this challenging market situation MacGregor is the leading and the strongest player in the maritime cargo flow, mooring and load handling markets.
7 February 2018 - US-based marine services provider MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has completed the acquisition of Norwegian deck equipment provider Rapp Marine Group to strengthen its offering for the fishery and research vessel segment, the company said.
This ends a period of more than three years where MacGregor has operated with a virtual head office.
Margin of Victory: Five Battles That Changed the Face of Modern War, by Douglas Macgregor.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 6, 2016-Abernathy MacGregor names chief executive officer
TEHRAN (FNA)- Despite the size of its military budget, the US Army isn't as strong as one might think it is and it would certainly lose to the Russian Army in a direct confrontation on a battlefield, retired US Army Colonel Douglas Macgregor said, according to Politico Magazine.
MacGregor planted the hedge at her home in the Stirlingshire village of Buchlyvie in 1983.
In "The Stranger," Neasa Ni Chianain crafts an evocative portrait of Neal MacGregor, a jewelry designer who turned his back on the world and ended his days in a stone shack on an inaccessible Irish island.
Father-of-two Kenny MacGregor, 53, who farmed at Horncliffe near Berwick, was killed when a cow whose calf he was checking turned on him.
Winemaker Alex MacGregor has been experimenting with them, but as of yet no wine fermented in clay has been offered for sale by Saracina.
The son of the late Elizabeth Clarke MacGregor Hunter and Forbes MacGregor and husband of the late Joan M.
THE Government has signed up BSC chairman Mr Ian MacGregor to run Britain's coal industry for a pounds 1.