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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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It also has records of proceedings from the time Parliament was formed to date.The library was the idea of Lady Lucie McMillan, the wife of Sir Northup McMillan.
McMillan said he was told of a planned attack on Daniel, 39, at a secret meeting with three men.
McMillan, who played 55 Tests and 197 one-day internationals for the Black Caps, was given the role of batting mentor by former head coach Mike Hesson, who was replaced by Gary Stead last year.
A court heard the family dog, Bella, became protective and started barking and jumping - so McMillan plunged the blade into the pet.
Now McMillan has been given a suspended prison sentence atNewcastle Crown Courtafter he admitted causing unnecessary suffering to an animal, assault, and criminal damage.
'We've had a lot of players playing in different franchise competitions around the world from the CPL to the IPL to the NatWest over in England,' McMillan said.
Prosecutors claim that McMillan hit Mr Dunn by driving dangerously - and left the pensioner injured.
McMillan, along with fellow members of Blantyre-based club G72TRi, is part of the Great Britain team for the prestigious event.
As a 6-foot, 8-inch senior, McMillan caught the eye of several colleges, including Ohio State, who signed Colin to play for the Buckeye team.
McMillan was charged with assault and Butler was charged with behaving in a threatening and abusive manner.
It emerged last week that McMillan was courted over the winter by tonight's rivals - and the Lilywhites star reminded them of his worth with the lead goal in last week's first-leg.
McMillan Group International announces the launch of a new company, Grayboe Stocks LLC, the culmination of two years of intense R&D.