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McDonald

Sir Trevor. born 1939, British television journalist, born in Trinidad; presenter of ITV's News at Ten (1990--99)
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We're both hybrids,'' corrects Audra McDonald, LuPone's co-star and the ``she'' being referenced.
During his nine years in Congress, McDonald led many key battles in Washington to expose Soviet infiltration, terrorism, and espionage.
In 1999, my mother and I returned home from church one day and after listening to the inspiring testimonies that morning, I told my mom that I wanted to publish a book of testimonies, but only if it would support a charity," says McDonald.
We are paving the ground for the creation of the new Canadian Feature Film," McDonald claimed.
Ian McDonald always wanted to go into medicine, and neurology was the area that most fascinated him.
Similar coefficients of thermal expansion keep the three layers from coming apart, McDonald says.
For instance, in the last chapter, "Politics and Religion: Early Modern Ideologies," McDonald considers topics of absolutism, order, the court, courtiers, monarchs, and the church, then returns to issues of the Shakespearean theater and authority.
McDonald says Hard Core Logo is "a bit of a dance between the logic of documentary and narrative.
8 million to Ronald McDonald Houses over the past 13 years.
Cotton-Stuart was among 50 African-American high school students recognized during the Ronald McDonald House Charities/African-American Future Achievers luncheon, where each winner was awarded a $1,000 scholarship to help offset higher education expenses.
Rogers, the dean of McDonald Corp's Hamburger University (yes, there really is one) believes in "management by wandering around.