MacGregor


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MacGregor

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(Biography) Joanna (Clare). born 1959, British concert pianist and broadcaster; recordings include the "crossover" album Play (2001)
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Noun1.MacGregor - Scottish clan leader and outlaw who was the subject of a 1817 novel by Sir Walter Scott (1671-1734)MacGregor - Scottish clan leader and outlaw who was the subject of a 1817 novel by Sir Walter Scott (1671-1734)
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You should understand, it was then close upon the time of Alan's coming; the two were little likely to agree; and yet if we sent word or sought to make a signal, it was sure to arouse suspicion in a man under so dark a cloud as the Macgregor.
"I would give ye my name in return, sir" he replied, "but it's one somewhat blown upon of late days; and it'll perhaps suffice if I tell ye that I am own brother to James More Drummond or Macgregor, of whom ye will scarce have failed to hear."
Macgregor, it's not a name to be ashamed of," answered Alan.
Macgregor, ye will have heard a good deal more than that," says Alan.
Macgregor," returned Alan; "and in the meantime" (laying a strong accent on the word) "I take back the lie.
"By the way," said Morgan, "the name of the gulch is a corruption; it should have been called 'MacGregor's.' My dear," he added, speaking to his wife, "Mr.
"From these and other circumstances," he said, "the coroner's jury found that the deceased, Janet MacGregor, came to her death from blows inflicted by some person to the jury unknown; but it was added that the evidence pointed strongly to her husband, Thomas MacGregor, as the guilty person.
"In a little cupboard I found a photograph of MacGregor, but it did not lead to his capture."
"Surely," I said aloud, quite involuntarily, "the MacGregors must have come here from Edinburgh."
If wherever the MacGregor sat was the head of the table, so in the same way wherever Rebecca stood was the centre of the stage.
Stories of King Arthur's Knights, by Mary Macgregor. Stories from Morte d'Arthur, by C.
'I pledge you my professional word I didn't even know she could dance, till her last benefit, and then she played Juliet, and Helen Macgregor, and did the skipping-rope hornpipe between the pieces.