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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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ADELE'S STORY: WHEN Adele McArthy ballooned to a size 24, she couldn't walk up a hill without getting out of breath and regularly had chest pains.
Hill said what makes both deaths so hard to understand is that -- if the allegations against Mcarthy prove to be true -- they both could have been avoided.
Survivors include a daughter, Joyce Place of Bend; two sisters, Margaret McArthy of Lakewood, Calif.
We expect the market will continue to be strong in areas of new technology and moderate for mature products," says Leland McArthy, director of strategic marketing for the bio-research division of Beckman Coulter, Fullerton, Calif.
Such behavior would be consistent with the helping literature which suggests that an inability to escape increases helping behavior compared to situations where escape is easy, even if helping is inconsistent with some previous belief or demand (Fultz, Batson, Fortenbach, Mcarthy and Varney, 1986).
He met his header firmly and directed it precisely, only for James McArthy - fortunate to escape a deliberate handball earlier - to clear off the line.
Honley Under 14s (back, from left) Angus McArthy, Sam Ridsdale, Reece Dickinson, Tom Yarwood, Isaac Dyson, James Crabtree.
Acklam lost full back Jacob McArthy in the second half.
Wigan chairman Dave Richards know he will be hard-pressed to keep MCarthy in the Championship, but would ideally like a lucrative auction to develop which would mean Everton probably have to look elsewhere.
PCI began in 1996 in one nursing home in Medina Ohio, with one dedicated psychologist, (Owner, Thomas McArthy, Ph.
Durbin and Shirley carded 38 points to head the leaderboard but it was only after countback that their success was confirmed as fellow host-club golfer Lynda Mcarthy and Royal Porthcawl's Pamela Williams had pushed the eventual champions all the way.