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McConnell

(məˈkɑnəl)
n
(Biography) Jack (Wilson), Baron. born 1960, Scottish Labour politician; first minister of the Scottish Parliament (2001–07)
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City planner Don McConnell says the Borealis project is likely the single largest investment in tourism in the North, surpassing the $27-million Science North complex in Sudbury which opened in 1984.
McConnell, deputy director of the Fires and Maneuver Integration Division, said the Humvee, while a battle-proven tactical vehicle, is beginning to show its limitations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A former Navy captain, McConnell was brought in to the 740,000-student district to build 160 new schools while renovating 12,000 others.
Michael McConnell opens a fascinating window on the daily lives and experiences of British soldiers along the North American frontier in the mid-eighteenth century.
McConnell remembers how the rain had turned the dirt roads on Hilton Head, South Carolina, into mud, and how, as he drove out the back gate of his subdivision, he spotted a man walking along a path without an umbrella.
That law was upheld by the Supreme Court in its December 2003 ruling McConnell v.
Warrant Officer Angela McConnell claimed she was unfairly demoted when her relationship with Major Alastair Ross was exposed.
On the surface at least, Rich Tafel would seem to have little in common with Michael McConnell, President Bush's nominee for a seat on the powerful 10th U.
Despite the determined opposition of progressive and civil liberties organizations, the Senate has confirmed Bush judicial nominee Michael McConnell to the U.
Circuit Court of Appeals, with their rejection of Texas Supreme Court Judge Priscilla Owen, York gleefully noted that McConnell is, if anything, more stridently anti-abortion.
Carmel McConnell, `a social activist with a strong track-record in business leadership' as she describes herself, is passionate about child poverty in Britain--and about enlisting businesses to fight it.