McGuinness


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McGuinness

(məˈɡɪnɪs)
n
(Biography) (James) Martin (Pacelli). born 1950, Irish Sinn Féin politician; deputy first minister of Northern Ireland from 2007
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MARTIN McGuinness personally set up the rendezvous which led to the brutal murder of a suspected IRA informer, the Irish government was told in 1987.
SIX weeks after resigning as Rhyl manager Niall McGuinness has set himself another big challenge by becoming new boss of Flint Town United.
Compass has expanded its presence in Harlem with the addition of the Harlem Properties team lead by president John McGuinness.
ALAN'S views on Martin McGuinness, terrorist turned peacemaker, have been tainted by the Republican's lack of help over Robert Nairac's murder.
Popularly known as the "voice of the prairies," Fred McGuinness was known by many titles and honorifics: apiarist, author, columnist, editor, father, memoirist, Morse operator, publisher, radio broadcaster, vice-president, and wordsmith.
DUBLIN trainer Ado McGuinness, who has been charged with possession of a number of animal remedies without authorisation, is to have his case heard next year, writes Nicola Donnelly.
McGuinness, from Stockton, was in breach of a suspended jail sentence for robbing a teenager of another mountain bike.
McGuinness was honored for her leadership in semantic web research and in bridging AI and eScience, significant contributions to deployed AI applications, and extensive service to the AI community.
SINN Fein's Martin McGuinness has formally quit as an MP.
Originally called The Mann-Hugg Blues Band, there was Manfred Man on keys, Mike Hugg on drums, Paul Jones on vocals, Mike Vickers on lead guitar and Tom McGuinness on bass.
THE historic handshake between the Queen and Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness, together with his words of blessing as they said goodbye, have been hailed as a watershed moment for Anglo-Irish relations.
London, June 28 ( ANI ): Queen Elizabeth shook hands with former Irish Republican Army (IRA) commander Martin McGuinness twice in an extraordinary act of forgiveness during her visit to northern Ireland.