McAleese


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McAleese

(ˈmækəliːs)
n
(Biography) Mary (Patricia). born 1951, Irish politician; president of Ireland (1997–2011)
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MARY McAleese yesterday launched an astonishing attack on the Catholic Church branding it an "empire of misogyny".
The heroism of SAS soldier John McAleese is being brought to the screen in a new blockbuster six years after his death.
FORMER Irish President Mary McAleese has warned that the Catholic Church's teaching on homosexuality is dangerous.
McAleese declared that it has been awarded a 4-year haulage contract from the Norton Gold Fields.
WORCESTER -- Mary McAleese grew up like many other Roman Catholics who hoped that the work of the Second Vatican Council in the 1960s would lead to a less authoritarian style of leadership in Rome and more involvement in church affairs by the laity.
Summary: DUBLIN: President Mary McAleese says she's sad to be leaving as Ireland's ceremonial head of state after 14 years.
NNA - 14/10/2011 Irish President Mary McAleese arrived in Beirut on Friday, on a three-day official visit to Lebanon to hold talks with President of the Republic Michel Sleiman, House Speaker Nabih Berri and Prime Minister Najib Mikati.
THE Welsh family of ex-SAS soldier John McAleese, who was in the unit who ended the Iranian embassy siege in 1980, joined comrades yesterday to say farewell to "an icon and a legend".
Sergeant Paul McAleese, whose funeral took place at the same cathedral, was killed by a roadside bomb while serving with 2nd Battalion The Rifles.
SAS legend John McAleese was facing child porn allegations and fighting a secret extradition battle before his death, the Sunday Mercury can reveal.
Summary: Riyadh, Rabi Al-Akhir 11, 1432, March 16, 2011, SPA -- The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz Al Saud has sent a cable of congratulations to President Mary Patricia McAleese on the anniversary of Ireland&'s National Day.
Brendan McAleese, who owned the Central Laundries business in Cookstown, Co Tyrone, was a cousin of Dr Martin McAleese, the husband of President Mary McAleese.