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McDonald

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(Biography) Sir Trevor. born 1939, British television journalist, born in Trinidad; presenter of ITV's News at Ten (1990–99)
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KERGUELEN, MARK BOAT reports last call from Cymena freighter(Gayer Tong Huk & Co.) taking water and sinking in snow-storm South McDonald Islands.
WhileCardiffhas more McDonald's stores overall than anywhere else in the country, it's actually neighbouringNewportthat has the most stores per person within the city.
A Facebook user by the name of Andytn Tsai shared a photo taken in McDonald's in the U.S.
Children, as well as adults, were thrilled to come to the newly remodeled McDonalds and have the chance to take pictures with Grimace.
Almost 75 years after the establishment of the first McDonalds hamburger restaurant, and yet the fast food chain that is 80-percent franchised continues to nurture its relationship with customers.
LAST week, Northern Ireland's best known shot-stopper Pat Jennings attended the McDonald's Cup in Bangor.
Breakfast is a significant part of business for McDonalds and an area for potential growth for South Africa and our restaurants are once again ready for National Breakfast Day this year, says Daniel Padiachy, Senior Marketing Director of McDonalds South Africa.
"Now that the contract has been voided, SJ Company no longer has the right to run the restaurants under the McDonald's brand," said Agnes Vadnai, director for communications at McDonald's Europe.
We've teamed up with McDonald's to give every reader the chance to pick up a FREE regular drink, worth 70p.
Alden Richards was present at the McDonalds Roosevelt cor.

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