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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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Mr MacMahon, of Leominster, Herefordshire, was arrested on October 29 and questioned by detectives.
ENTERTAINMENT from melodeon maestro MacMahon and guitarist Cooney who has also produced albums by Altan and Mary Black.
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.
Macmahon Holdings reported on June 5 that its contract for a major shaft-sinking project at Glencore Xstrata's CSA underground copper mine in Cobar, New South Wales, had been terminated by the client.
For his part, Bishop Auckland-born MacMahon is keen to stay in his native North-east.
Clare MacMahon, trainer of Jamsie Hall "He was unlucky to be beaten a short head at Roscommon the other night.
Macmahon Holdings Limited (Macmahon), a company that provides civil construction and contract mining services, has won a three-year contract extension at two BHP Billiton Limited (BHP Billiton) (BHP.
Acclaimed British tenor Philip Langridge and Scottish soprano Patricia MacMahon are joined by two actors for an evening of words and music.
Philip Langridge will be taking time out of his busy international schedule to join Scottish soprano Patricia MacMahon, vocal consultant Paul Farrington and pianists Caroline Dowdle and Sophia Rahman.
IT'S GOODBYE time as George MacMahon, aka Carrigstown's Mondo, prepares to leave the soap.
Researchers led by Brian MacMahon of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston linked pancreatic cancer with coffee drinking.
In this newly created position, MacMahon will oversee daily operations of the Falmouth, Maine-based company, including its project management, administration and customer relations functions.