McGinty

McGinty

[mə′gin·tē]
(mining engineering)
Three sheaves over which a rope is passed so as to take a course somewhat like that of the letter M.
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With the hole directly outside the back door of their house in Webb Crescent, Dawley, Josie and Michael McGinty had to live with the stench over the whole bank holiday weekend.
Organisers of the annual lonach Highland Gathering have partnered with The McGinty Group and Peace Coaches for the event.
The striker, signed from Cork City last week, hit the bar in the six-yard box and also failed to beat Sligo Rovers keeper Ed McGinty in two one-on-one duels.
The winger, a member of the Dunterlie side that lifted the West of Scotland Cup in 2015, plays under former St Mirren striker Brian McGinty.
SEAN McGINTY admits Partick Thistle's climb from rock bottom to within touching distance of Championship safety has been mental torture.
PC Lorraine McGinty was struck in in the back of the head by Kersan Euell while PC John Collins fractured a rib during the routine check of a BMW.
Kevin McGinty has been reappointed as Her Majestys Chief Inspector of the Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate
Proprietor Sean McKay is delighted to share the news they will be of the gallery's next exhibition, a collection of paintings by local Whithorn artist Kevan McGinty.
Tina Singh, 39, denied causing the death of 79-year-old Sheila McGinty by careless driving.
In 2010, Euan McGinty and John Wilson decided it was time for a change.
Mark McGinty, 36, subjected his ex, Jessica Hudson, to a savage attack outside her mother's home in Kirkham, Lancashire, in May last year.
Jordan Preston had given the Heed the lead on the half-hour at a wet and windy Plainmoor - only for Gulls' captain Sean McGinty to score at the death.