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McMahon

(məkˈmɑːən)
n
(Biography) Sir William. 1908–88, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1971–72)
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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.
Killer Sharon Swinhoe battered 68-year-old Mr McMahon to death with the help of another boyfriend before gouging his eyes out and later hiding his body in a freezer stashed in a flat in Elswick, Newcastle.
Fifty years ago, Kevin McMahon lived through the story "Manny McMoose and His Chubby Caboose.
He has a Super Bowl ring and was part of arguably one of the best NFL teams ever assembled, but former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon, who now struggles with early-onset dementia, said he would have chosen baseball over football if he had to do it over again.
He was found guilty of assisting Robert McMahon and was sentenced to two years in prison, despite maintaining he acted under duress.
A jury took less than an hour to convict Robert Scobie McMahon, 24, of murder.
The court said the community college district also failed to give Brian McMahon, who taught automotive collision repair and painting, a prompt hearing after his 1997 termination for alleged misconduct.
Rudy described McLuhan's final days to me," McMahon says.
Vince Pugliese and Tom McMahon have been named executive vice presidents responsible for these customer segments, reporting to Steve Mulready, president and chief operating officer of the commercial division.