Maclean


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Maclean

(məˈkleɪn)
n
1. (Biography) Donald. 1913–83, British civil servant, who spied for the Russians: fled to the former Soviet Union (with Guy Burgess) in 1951
2. (Biography) Sorley (ˈsɔːlɪ). 1911–96, Scottish Gaelic poet. His works include Dàin do Eimhir agus Dàin Eile (1943) and Spring Tide and Neap Tide (1977)
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I was for getting angry, and appealed to the rich man (Hector Maclean was his name), who had been a witness to our bargain and to my payment of the five shillings.
At Torosay, on the Sound of Mull and looking over to the mainland of Morven, there was an inn with an innkeeper, who was a Maclean, it appeared, of a very high family; for to keep an inn is thought even more genteel in the Highlands than it is with us, perhaps as partaking of hospitality, or perhaps because the trade is idle and drunken.
It was Maclean of Duart gave it to him because he was blind.
I can still remember our first tour," reminisces the band's drummer and producer Dave Maclean.
Dr Juma Al Matrooshi, Kamal Vachani and Nicholas Maclean.
Back in October 2015, cellulitis and a high temperature caused Karen MacLean to need a hospital.
Comedian Andy Cameron last night paid tribute to Gaelic entertainer Norman Maclean, who died last week, aged 80.
Ontario, Canada-based MacLean Engineering has been developing innovative underground mining equipment solutions for more than 40 years, expanding its products and support services into 23 countries on six continents.
STEVEN MacLEAN will face no action for his weekend goal celebration after a rewrite of the SFA rulebook.
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Noble actress Deirdre O'Kane stars as Margaret while Fair City's Maclean Burke will play Garth for the premiere run.
For Rory MacLean, Berlin has always been 'in the process of becoming, never being.