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Maclean

1. Donald. 1913--83, British civil servant, who spied for the Russians: fled to the former Soviet Union (with Guy Burgess) in 1951
2. Sorley . 1911--96, Scottish Gaelic poet. His works include D?in do Eimhir agus D?in Eile (1943) and Spring Tide and Neap Tide (1977)
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County boss Ronnie Sharp said: "I thought we made the better chances and our keeper Dylan Maclean was made man of the match but I felt Joe Malin in the Brora goal was equally as good and made crucial saves at crucial times.
This included the ex-East Stirling chairman acting like a pizza delivery man to keep tabs on Mr MacLean.
The ex-Queen's Park, Motherwell, Falkirk, Partick and Queen of the South defender - and former East Stirling chairman - turned up at MacLean's home with a pizza box.
MacLean was going to destroy the garrison and then harvest the entire population of seals.
MacLean, also of Stanhope Place, appeared at Hamilton Sheriff Court this week and denied the assault charge against him.
But midway through the first half, MacLean and Kouassi clashed at a corner, with the Ivorian midfielder hitting the deck and looking to be in some pain.
MacLean has 30 years of experience in selling and managing employee benefit programs.
Barry MacLean, chairman of MacLean-Fogg Company, said business partner, George Cook, is retiring.
Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Joseph Wall sentenced Matthew MacLean on Tuesday afternoon to nine months in jail at the Milwaukee House of Corrections in Franklin, with Huber privileges.
"I can still remember our first tour," reminisces the band's drummer and producer Dave Maclean. "Playing the drums for ninety minutes on stage; it would knacker me out so much sometimes I'd have to puke by the side of the stage!
Dr Juma Al Matrooshi, Kamal Vachani and Nicholas Maclean. (Supplied photo)
When studying the relationship between Scots and Gaelic language in the Scottish Renaissance period and beyond, perhaps the most obvious and significant intersection of poets and the one with the most obvious symbolic impact would be the metaphorical meeting place of Hugh MacDiarmid and Sorley MacLean; two poets from two different worlds but coming from one country, both exhibiting excitement in the other's work at a time when these poets were rewriting the rule book in their respective languages and literatures.