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McQueen

(məˈkwiːn)
n
1. (Biography) Alexander. 1969–2011, British fashion designer
2. (Biography) Steve. 1930–80, US film actor, noted for his portrayal of tough characters
3. (Biography) Steve(n Rodney). born 1969, British video artist and film-maker; won the Turner Prize (1999); his films include Hunger (2008) and 12 Years a Slave (2013) which won an Academy Award for best picture
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The firm, Ackerman McQueen, and its Mercury Group public relations unit were named in the NRA's lawsuit filed in Virginia Circuit Court in Alexandria, Va.
Peri Lomax actress Ruby O'Donnell and Goldie McQueen actress Chelsee Healey were also there, with Malique Thompson-Dwyer who plays Prince McQueen also said to be filming.
McQueen Financial Advisors has announced it has agreed to acquire Balance Sheet Solutions' Investment Advisory and Asset Liability Management (ALM) services from Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union, the company said.
During his 28-year career, McQueen, named in 1974 as the highest paid actor in the world, developed a vast car collection - including the Jeep on offer at Birmingham's NEC on November 10-11.
During his 28-year career McQueen developed a vast car collection including the Jeep on offer at Birmingham's NEC on November 10-11.
Star of films such as Bullitt, The Great Escape and Le Mans, McQueen built up a reputation thanks to his anti-hero persona in his films and in 1974 was named as the highest paid actor in the world.
McQueen Gin has experienced a surge in business turnover of 280 per cent following product listings with three major retailers this year: Sainsbury's, Morrisons and Aldi.
THE family of Steve McQueen are suing Ferrari for millions, claiming the Italian car giants used the late actor's name without permission.
There are two Alexander McQueens in "McQueen," the fascinating documentary portrait of the acclaimed fashion designer, who committed suicide in 2010 at the age of 40.
MCQUEEN (15) HHHH H BORN and raised in the London borough of Stratford, Lee Alexander McQueen was a tortured genius of working class origins, who challenged the fashion establishment with his catwalk shows influenced by death, depravity and violence.
Alexander McQueen Archive footage and recollections from mentors - McQueen listened obsessively to Sinead O'Connor confides Red Or Dead's John McKitterick - are intermingled with the designer's personal testimony about his craft and a penchant for shocking his audience.
Alexander A lush orchestral score composed by Michael Nyman, who provided the soundtrack to some of McQueen's shows, elegantly plucks heartstrings as the film glides towards its tragic conclusion and his 2010 suicide before his mother Joyce's funeral.