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Mac·Bride

 (mĭk-brīd′), Sean 1904-1988.
Irish politician who supported independence from Great Britain, served as Ireland's foreign minister (1948-1951), and played a prominent role in many human rights organizations. He shared the 1974 Nobel Peace Prize.

MacBride

(məkˈbraɪd)
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(Biography) Sean (ʃɔːn). 1904–88, Irish statesman; minister for external affairs (1948–51); chairman of Amnesty International (1961–75); Nobel Peace Prize 1974; UN commissioner for Namibia (1974–76)
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One of us should go to the door and one to each window; Macbride here has a ladder for the upper window.
Morton moved toward the window immediately in front of them, where the hidden outlaw had just snuffed the candle; Nolan, a little farther westward to the next window; while Wilson, followed by Macbride with the ladder, went round to the two windows at the back.
The other two officers were not dead or mortally wounded, but Macbride lay with a broken leg and his ladder on top of him, evidently thrown down from the top window of the tower; while Wilson lay on his face, quite still as if stunned, with his red head among the gray and silver of the sea holly.
Outwardly there may have been a double benefit in her religious and political resolutions, but her love for Ireland was much stronger than her love for MacBride, whom she soon came to despise for his brutish behavior, but not before she made another sacrifice by presenting him with a child, the son who was to fulfill her nationalist hopes by growing up to become Sean MacBride, one of the leaders of the rebellious Irish Republican Army.
The men - Guy MacBride, aged 37, of Sleaford, Lincolnshire, Jonathan Fairley, aged 38, of Nottingham, and Paul Crowther, aged 34, of Birmingham - face up to a year in prison and a maximum fine of Pounds 10,500 if convicted.
Hikers can visit the Sally MacBride Nature Center, which contains exhibits of American Indian artifacts and wildlife.
In a new poll by WH Smith, Peter James, pictured below, was declared Best Crime Author of All Time, with Val McDermid, Ian Rankin and Stuart MacBride also making the top 20.
Documents released this week clearly show the intervention in the affairs of a friendly foreign state was authorised by the then Minister of External Affairs Sean MacBride.
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