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Macarthur

John. 1767--1834, Australian military officer, pastoralist, and entrepreneur, born in England. He established the breeding of merino sheep in Australia and was influential in founding the Australian wool industry

MacArthur

Douglas. 1880--1964, US general. During World War II he became commanding general of US armed forces in the Pacific (1944) and accepted the surrender of Japan, the Allied occupation of which he commanded (1945--51). He was commander in chief of United Nations forces in Korea (1950--51) until dismissed by President Truman
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Lovelace remembers "movie nights" with Mac Arthur, when the men were invited to sit behind him as he watched Westerns and puffed on big cigars, his trademark corncob pipe never seen when not on the battlefield, Lovelace said.
As CEO of Mac Arthur Corporation, a certified MBE, WEE, and WOSB manufacturer, Wong has experienced the challenges of operating and growing a business amidst the challenges of the economic downturn, market globalization, and the decline in Michigan-based manufacturing.
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Thomas wasn't sure which college Mac Arthur attends, and apologized in the editor's note to readers.
Ms Drage said the company had sent Mrs Mac Arthur flowers to apologise for the mistake.
The special press conference to which correspondents were summoned was fixed to coincide as nearly as possible with the delivery to General Mac Arthur at Tokio of the order relieving him of his command, "effective at once".
Team Shardix and Ellen Mac Arthur Trust are 40 minutes behind.
MAC ARTHUR can boost his classic claims by winning the Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial Stakes at Leopardstown this afternoon.
Douglas Mac Arthur established residence upon his return from Asia, John and Jackie Kennedy spent their wedding night, and Cole Porter wrote many of his beloved Jazz classics.
NOTORIOUS killer Malcolm Mac Arthur is expected to make a High Court bid for his release today.
National Art Education Association President Mac Arthur Goodwin released a national art education report "Visual Arts Education: Setting An Agenda For Improving Student Learning." According to NAEA Executive Director, Thomas Hatfield, "The purpose of the agenda is to call for substantive collaboration among education stakeholders and policy-makers centered on improving student learning in education in general and visual arts education in particular.
Physicians frequently misdiagnosed the disease (Anonymous, 1977; Brody, 1974; Kealey, 1981; Mac Arthur, 1953; Rogers & Muir, 1946; Rubin, 1974) and confused it with skin ailments, such as fungi, eczema, pellagra, ringworm, and psoriasis (Cohn, 1989; Mac Arthur, 1953; Tullis, 1977).