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McCartney

1. Sir Paul. born 1942, English rock musician and songwriter; member of the Beatles (1961--70); leader of Wings (1971--81). His recordings include Band on the Run (1973), "Mull of Kintyre" (1977), Flowers in the Dirt (1989), and Driving Rain (2001)
2. his daughter, Stella. born 1971, British fashion designer.
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Doyle wrote that McCartney knew he was in trouble the morning he couldn't lift his head off the pillow and a dark thought flashed through his mind that if he couldn't make the effort to pull himself up, he'd suffocate right there and then, the New York Daily News reported.
Mr McCartney, said: "Thanks to all pupils for helping to design my Christmas card for this year."
Arrowsmith said McCartney asked the stylist to get some "fun costumes" for the Wings session.Arrowsmith said finding the pictures triggered happy memories.
She also wore sneakers that McCartney designed for Adidas last spring.
For their final antic, the two did a rendition of The Beatles' classic 'Drive My Car,' with McCartney on guitar and Fallon on tambourine.
McCartney briefly reunited with Beatles drummer Ringo Starr at a London concert last week.
McCartney's pastor at the Boulder Valley Vineyard Church is the Reverend James Ryle, who is also a member of the Promise Keepers board.
McCartney used the Mall rally to announce plans for the group's next high-profile events.
Staff members passed out gift-boxed, pale yellow mufflers bearing McCartney's distinctive logo: a blue H, representing a handshake, inside a large green M, symbolizing mountains, and a raised, lowercase C, that stands for a crescent moon.
But McCartney deftly places the Eniac project into historical perspective, sketches out the principal characters, and makes the strongest argument yet that Eckert and Mauchly did indeed invent the world's first real computer.
Mucha gente pensaba que Paul McCartney era trivial; pero yo no lo veia asi para nada, lo veia bastante muy profundo."
After a couple of minutes signing autographs on stage, McCartney took his leave.