McClellan


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Mc·Clel·lan

 (mə-klĕl′ən), George Brinton 1826-1885.
American general and commander of the Union Army (1861-1862). His overcautious tactics prompted President Abraham Lincoln to relieve him of duty.

Mc•Clel•lan

(məˈklɛl ən)

n.
George Brinton, 1826–85, Union general in the American Civil War.
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Then one returned to camp with a word of encouragement from Sherman or a friendly shake of the hand from McClellan. But now the generals are gone back to their counters; and in place of projectiles, they despatch bales of cotton.
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McClellan, a veteran prospector from the gold fields of California and Montana.
"To address continued momentum and growth in North America," Riedel Communications has upped Justin McClellan from a system consultant to business development manager for the southern United States.
McClellan will join the board of directors of the combined company upon closing.
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Handley's daughters, Lulu McClellan and Megan Handley Warren, will take over the business as co-owners, with McClellan acting as national sales manager.