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Mackay

(məˈkaɪ)
n
(Placename) a port in E Australia, in Queensland: artificial harbour. Pop: 57 649 (2001)
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Graeme Mackay hit his mum with a broom and headbutted her in her own home, before continuing the attack by holding a knife to her throat at his grandma's house.
Now the mother of three, last fall she released a record as she appears to be trying to resurrect the singing career she put on the back burner when she married Peter MacKay, then the justice minister of Canada.
RYTON'S Jean Mackay was a deserved winner of the Northern Women's Bowling Association's Four-Bowl Champion of Champions competition.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) announced that Iain Mackay has been appointed GSK's next CFO.
Mackay finished welding the steps and joined Hohrein and Jacobson in replacing the tail pulley.
The first building on the site was the single storey newsagents shop of Crawford and Mackay. Eneas Mackay (1860-1922) was a Gaelic speaker and scholar, who came from Inverness as a young man to work in partnership with the widow of Mr JF Crawford, newsagent and publisher of a popular penny guide to Stirling.
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Daniel James MacKay, 42, pleaded not guilty to the charges - nine misdemeanors and one felony - Wednesday morning in Lane County Circuit Court.
The Football Association has announced that former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay will face no disciplinary action over the content of text messages sent between him and former head of recruitment Iain Moody, saying that the messages were sent "with a legitimate expectation of privacy".