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McLean,

city (1990 pop. 38,168), Fairfax co., N Va., a suburb of Washington, D.C. Manufacturing includes foods, satellite components, and computer and telecommunications equipment. The headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) are in McLean, and Tyson's Corner Center, one of the nation's largest shopping centers, also is there.
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The court saw CCTV footage shot in the corridor of the apartments where the victim and McLean were staying, showing the victim returning to her flat at 8am.
Executive search firm ZRG Partners revealed on Monday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire certain assets of McLean Consulting for an undisclosed amount.
She is survived by three daughters, Lauren McLean and her husband, William Dingeman, of Haymarket, Va.
Supt Dave Thorp said: "PC Adam McLean let down his colleagues and the police.
Legendary Singer / Songwriter Don McLean classic Pop Hit "American Pie" was recently selected as one of the five greatest songs of the 20th Century.
Born 10 January 1937 in Washington Court House, OH, McLean was the son of Richard H.
McLean was charged in San Diego Superior Court in January 2005 with 17 counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a child under the age of 14.
At the International Cricket Council (ICC) Global Cricket Academy Oval ground at Dubai Sports City, 23-year-old McLean produced a deadly five-wicket spell for West Indies Academy team to destroy his own senior national team.
Parkin was able to overtake Asher for the race lead, with McLean and David Renwick in pursuit.
McLean III, a six-decade newspaperman whose family-owned companies' properties include McLean Communications, publisher of NHBK New Hampshire Magazine and Parenting NH, and the Nashua Telegraph, died Saturday at Lankenau Hospital in his hometown of Wynnewood, Pa.
Archdeacon McLean, who will be promoted to the rank of brigadier general, succeeds Brig.
The appointment of McLean follows the expansion of Blackcomb Aviation into a medium-sized business operating under one management team from previously being a group of distinct independent aviation companies.