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McMahon

(məkˈmɑːən)
n
(Biography) Sir William. 1908–88, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1971–72)
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As expected, WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon announced plans Wednesday to bring back a refined, reformed version of the XFL professional football league that ran for one season in 2001.
The sexed-up, second-rate football league formed as the early 2000s brainchild of WWE ringleader Vince McMahon is set for a surprising second life in 2020.
Lewis McMahon was one of around eight people who turned up at a house in Throckley, Newcastle after being told a young relative's bike had been pinched.
Tipton Shea McMahon, 30, was arrested by members of the BI's Fugitive Search Unit (FSU) last Tuesday at his home in Barangay (village) Balinsasayaw, Abuyog, Leyte.
I wouldn't have taken this job if I wasn't," McMahon said during a recent speech for National Small Business Week in Indiana.
The left-handed McMahon, who took third place, is the youngest of the three and will be looking to push out one of the top two Irish women soon.
McMahon wanted juries to have to return verdicts by a two-thirds majority, not the current simple majority.
Mr Seamus McMahon spent more than 30 years at St Patrick's RC School in Birkby and was remembered by thousands of former pupils.
com)-- McMahon & Winters Law Firm is pleased to announce they have relocated to a brand new office in Lancaster to better serve their valued clients.
JOHN McMAHON insists he is not allowing any thoughts about his own future at Prenton Park to intrude on the task of steering Tranmere to League One safety.
FRIENDS of tortured and murdered Peter McMahon are demanding details from his killers about when he died.
Fifty years ago, Kevin McMahon lived through the story "Manny McMoose and His Chubby Caboose.