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Mac·Diar·mid

 (mək-dûr′mĭd), Hugh Pen name of Christopher Murray Grieve. 1892-1978.
Scottish poet whose works, many written in Scots, reflect his support for political independence from Great Britain and sparked a revival of modern Scottish literature.

MacDiarmid

(məkˈdɜːmɪd)
n
(Biography) Hugh, pen name of Christopher Murray Grieve. 1892–1978, Scottish poet; a founder of the Scottish National Party. His poems include A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle (1926)
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The other two were Alan G. MacDiarmid (USA and New Zealand) and Hideki Shirakawa (Japan).
Heeger of the University of California, Santa Barbara, Alan G. MacDiarmid of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and Hideki Shirakawa of the University of Tsukuba in Japan.
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Alan G. MacDiarmid of the University of Pennsylvania will be the Technical Plenary Speaker on Monday, May 6.