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McCormack

John. 1884--1945, Irish tenor: became US citizen 1919
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comments Dr Keith McCormack, founder and Head of Research at McCormack Pharma.
The van spewed out black smoke as it struggled up a steep hill in Rastrick and then crashed into a wall as McCormack tried to evade police.
That was a major shock for a player who has plundered 29 goals for Leeds United last season, but Magath and his staff ran McCormack hard and he lost almost a stone.
McCormack, 27, signed a new four-year deal last summer but following a fall-out with Cellino he did not travel with Leeds last week to their training camp in Italy.
The best man is David Fricke and the groomsmen are Neil McCormack and Nate Homan.
McCormack, who has been in charge of Scotland for 10 years and guided them to the quarter-finals of the 2013 World Cup, will join the Cheltenham-based club with immediate effect, initially to the end of the season.
Judge Simon Drew QC told McCormack at Birmingham Crown Court: "You are a sexual predator from whom the public must be protected.
Both members of Abergele Harriers, Sean McCormack is a Wales international ultra runner who helped the Welsh team to a silver medal in the Commonwealth 24-Hour Championship in Llandudno two years ago, while Steven was competing in his first ultra.
Less than 10 minutes after coming off the bench at Easter Road, former Bluebird McCormack dispossessed Lucas Neill, nutmegged another Australian defender and fired a 20-yard shot in between two opponents that wrongfooted the goalkeeper.
A source said: "There was a belief that McCormack was in a cell in Spain so there was some surprise when he was seen in Glasgow.
CARDIFF CITY striker Ross McCormack last night broke his silence on why he wants to leave the club, admitting he doesn't want to play second fiddle to fellow strikers Michael Chopra and Jay Bothroyd.