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Macmahon

Marie Edme Patrice Maurice , Comte de Macmahon. 1808--93, French military commander. He commanded the troops that suppressed the Paris Commune (1871) and was elected president of the Third Republic (1873--79)
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San Bernardino County Sheriff John MacMahon said that as there might be one or more suspects fled by a black SUV, the nearby region are under search and on alert.
Macmahon has clinched a $170m contract from PT Agincourt Resources to deliver mining services at the Martabe gold mine situated in Indonesia s North Sumatran province.
National Association of Women in Construction (NAWiC) President Siobhan MacMahon, and ICE President Professor David Balmforth will also be at the event.
A Most Respectable Meeting Of Merchants, written by Enda MacMahon, tells the chamber's story from its establishment in 1783, following the advent of free trade, to the present day.
I'm feeling good," Romo told ESPN's Tim MacMahon during the Dallas Mavericks-San Antonio Spurs NBA playoff game on Monday night.
Here are four MacMahon diagonally-quartered squares to indicate the idea.
Celia Thompson presented Gina MacMahon with the Whittle Trophy for gaining the most points in last year's monthly competitions and thanked the hostesses for the evening, Margaret Cook and Lesley Collin.
In his classic work Combinatory Analysis, MacMahon [8, page 54] proves the following theorem:
TALENTED Tyneside amateur footballer Ashton MacMahon has been shortlisted in a nationwide competition to win a professional playing contract with a Football League club.
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I HAD to laugh and then fume at the audacity of language expert Professor Mike MacMahon giving his opinion in the Record of the wording of the independence referendum ballot paper.