McMaster


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Noun1.McMaster - United States historian who wrote a nine volume history of the people of the United States (1852-1932)McMaster - United States historian who wrote a nine volume history of the people of the United States (1852-1932)
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East Lothian Bouncy Castles are owned by Paul McMaster, who was convicted of raping and humiliating the 56-year-old in her home in Tranent in 1993.
McMaster is expected to leave his position in the White House.
Graham McMaster said he was forced to get involved in the enterprise in order to pay off a debt.
McMaster, says Turkey and Qatar are key sources of funding spreading extremist ideology.
McMaster and his team deserve credit for clear expression of the threat to the United States from autocratic, revisionist powers, especially Russia.
Alex McMaster, who lives in his Pinellas Park home with his girlfriend Christina Robles, told ABC Action News he used an ax to keep the 17-year-old intruder from getting away after he busted through their front door and started choking and hitting his girlfriend.
The president put out a short statement on Friday night which described McMaster as a "good man", and said they were "working very well together".
The one to be behind what must happen to Kirkuk and Kurdistan is the Chairman of the National Security Council (NSC) at the White House, Rtd Lt-Gen HR McMaster who served in that part of Iraq after the US forced invaded the country.
5 million mortgage and other loans, said in a statement to Arkansas Business on Thursday that his clients are the victims of fraud by the previous owner, Letitia McMaster.
The President will focus on what unites us," McMaster said.
McMaster, used that phrase during a rare appearance at the White House's daily press briefing on Friday, seemingly echoing Palestinian President Abbas' comments at the White House.
McMaster on Monday that Pakistan itself was a victim of 'state-sponsored terrorism' and had never employed proxies to further its interests.