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Macleod

John James Rickard. 1876--1935, Scottish physiologist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1923) with Banting for their part in discovering insulin
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MacLeod further pleaded guilty to driving a lorry without a licence permitting him to drive heavy goods vehicles and without insurance.
And for that reason MacLeod insists the pressure still weighs more on Celtic's shoulders than on their arch-rivals ahead of their first meeting at Ibrox on Sunday.
MacLeod is expected to be appointed to the board of directors in the near term.
As the weather worsened skipper Veitch and junior Rory Macleod raced to the total in 10 overs, Veitch scoring a patient 10 not out and Macleod a classy 36 not out, both batsmen retiring when the total was passed.
Jonny Bairstow hit a brutal 105 off just 54 balls, to become the first Englishman to score three consecutive ODI centuries, but unlike MacLeod could not go on to turn it into a matchwinning innings.
Dr Macleod who served CNA-Q for the last eight years, will retire and return to Canada shortly.
In what was deemed the best fight of the quarter-finals by former world champion Pauli Malignaggi, Macleod and Kremner went to war in an entertaining scrap.
Macleod tends to be highly alliterative in his verse, using sound patterns to evoke significant connections.
When MacLeod became commissioner of Conference USA on Oct.
The only evidence that the Macleod family living in Calgary had of Col.
BEIRUT: Defense counselors representing the interests of Assad Hassan Sabra, one of the defendants in the trial on the assassination of Lebanese ex-Prime Minister Rafik Hariri further cross-examined witness Alasdair Macleod at The Special Tribunal for Lebanon Thursday.
"Women need to know how to speak up for themselves when they feel they deserve a salary increase," states Laura MacLeod, founder of From The Inside Out Project[R].