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McMillan

Edwin M(attison). 1907--91, US physicist; Nobel prize for chemistry 1951 (with Glenn Seaborg) for the discovery of transuranic elements
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McMillan, who had never been to Jamaica before, says that unidentified intervention guided her to the island that she previously missed because of scheduling conflicts.
McMillan, formerly the WBO world featherweight champion, makes a comeback bid when he fights Jonjo Irwin for the British title in Dagenham on May 14.
Imperial employees gathered on Wednesday, October 21st, 2009 to listen to McMillan tell his story as heard around the United States.
McMillan pleaded guilty to five counts of misconduct in a public office last month at Liverpool Crown Court.
The acquisition of McMillan Firearms is consistent with our focus on acquiring the highest-quality manufacturers of premium firearms," said Mark Johnson, Strategic Armory Corps CEO.
McMillan, from Dundee, was found in the Shakespeare Bar in the city's Hilltown area a few hours later.
His shot was cleared by the covering Shane O'Connor and rebounded off David McMillan to the net.
Mr McMillan, who was also a former general manager of Honda UK Motorcycle, is sure he and two friends were not over the speed limit when they were stopped on the A4212 in April last year.
McMillan wonders whether they're waiting to pounce a third time.
John Beresford was off-duty enjoying a drunken stag night with colleagues on Newcastle's Quayside when he lashed out at father-of-three Graeme McMillan, who cracked his head on the pavement as he fell.
As reported in later editions of last night's Chronicle John Beresford, a long serving Durham police officer, lashed out at Graeme McMillan while on a drunken stag night on Newcastle's Quayside.