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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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The McCarthy family said it has reached an agreement with the Cairns family, owners of Commercial Truck Tire Center.
McCarthy - serving a life sentence for the murder of gangland rival Kieran Keane in 2003 - has enrolled on the Alternative To Violence Programme being run at Limerick Prison.
McCarthy was very receptive to [AAGLA's] requests and said he will work with his colleagues in Washington to try to get something done, says AAGLA Executive Vice President Jim Clarke, who has known McCarthy since 1987.
McCarthy has been terrific since coming to the club and his performance against Hull City on Saturday was superb.
The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee has voted (10-8) along party lines to send the nomination of Gina McCarthy to head the Environmental Protection to the Senate floor for a vote.
RETIREMENT property developer McCarthy & Stone is looking for worthy causes in Castle Bromwich, the base for its latest collection of apartments.
LIVERPOOL boss Kenny Dalglish wants to beat Chelsea to the signing of Wigan star James McCarthy - the one who got away from Anfield.
Reading the World: Cormac McCarthy's Tennessee Period.
Sergeant Liz McCarthy is accused by Carmen Soraya Kelly of being aggressive in a phone call, refusing her annual leave to attend university and ignoring her.
Sgt Liz McCarthy is accused by former station inquiry clerk Carmen Soraya Kelly of being aggressive, refusing her annual leave to attend university and ignoring her.
General Quarters is the only horse McCarthy's got; owns it himself, trains it himself, walks it and talks to it, waters it and feeds it, dreams his Kentucky Derby dreams.
Stormthrower by Julia McCarthy. (Wolsak and Wynn Publishers Ltd., 2002, 88 pgs., $15.00)