McBride


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McBride

(məkˈbraɪd)
n
(Biography) Willie John. born 1940, Irish Rugby Union footballer. A forward, he played for Ireland (1962–75) and the British Lions (1962–74)
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McBride has also confirmed the departure date of Chief Executive Rik de Vos.
The complainant - who at the time of McBride's offending was aged 15 and then 16 - attended the same church as the defendant.
Depute Fiscal Jason Bell explained McBride was taken to the caged area of the police vehicle where he continued to struggle with officers and kicked Constable Steven Prendergast who fell backwards.
The plot of the new film was said to revolve around Crocodile Dundee's American-raised son, Brian (McBride) returning to his father's native Australia.
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McBride filed a lawsuit alleging BIC wouldn't accommodate her under the ADA.
"Appropriate corrective action will be taken" against McBride, Kerns' letter states.
they've remarkable Willie John But McBride, a star of the last Lions side to win a series in New Zealand in 1971, wants to see the concept preserved and thinks the performance of Warren Gatland's team has underlined its important and unique status.
This summer's schedule saw the Lions play three Tests and seven other matches over five weeks, a much shortened fixture list than in McBride's day.
McBride was honored with the Tom Lynch Newcomer Award and left the U.S.