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McCarthy

1. Joseph R(aymond). 1908-57, US Republican senator, who led (1950-54) the notorious investigations of alleged Communist infiltration into the US government
2. Mary (Therese). 1912--89, US novelist and critic; her works include The Group (1963)
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And McArthy, Radburn and Darkintis have been at the centre of both with commitment levels that have belied their relative inexperience.
Emma Jones, who works in the firm's insurance department and John Browne from the trade union department are joined by John McArthy from the crimi-nal law department in the promotions.
McIlroy went into yesterday's game without injured Steve Lomas, Gerry Taggart, Jim Magilton, Jon McArthy, Kevin Horlock, Jeff Whitley and Andy Kirk while Mark Williams missed out through suspension.
A neat one-two with Cole on the edge of the box gave Mulryne his second, but Blues went ahead for a third time on the stroke of halime when Adebola's cross from the left was headed goalwards by Jon McArthy and Furlong, who was kneeling on the goaine, hea ded home.
SPARKLING: Anya Herman, three, and Emily Horsman, nine, above, Layla McArthy, three, above centre and Kian Cross, eight, above right.
DOUBLE ASSAULT: Catalans' Remi Casty and Ian Henderson bring down St Helens'' Louie MCarthy Scarsbrook
BEES: Hawkes; Lowdon, Evans, Connolly, Pons; Woodrow, Jolly; McArthy, Radburn, Darkintis, Quarrie, Markham, Brightwell, Preece, Earnshaw.
Back row left to right: E Cartwright, G Willdig, R Cox, D Mculloch, C Fowdrey, J Smith (Middle) D Haywood, K Cotterill, M Coles, W Greenaway, A Nicholas, G Winterburn, G Spencer, D Cashmore (front) W Northall, K Page, B Winterburn, G Bamford, J Mcarthy, J Northall, G Lawson.
From our own point of view, we played Cork down through the years at minor and under-21 and Timmy MCarthy, I'll never forget it, at under-21 came and scored a goal in the couple of minutes and won the game.
The Irish were strongly led by their captain, loose forward Tyrone McArthy as they scored five tries to Wales' four.
Sentencing Brett Stanton and Patrick Doyle, Judge David Mcarthy told them: 'The courts must do all they can to make sure the streets are safe for people to go about their business knowing that robbers are locked up for a long time'.
Sean McArthy looked offside when he chested down a cross by Martin Barlow.