machree

machree

(məˈkriː)
adj
(postpositive) Irish my dear: mother machree.
[from Irish mo croidhe]
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DECLAN CARROLL'S Machree ran a huge race last time out at York and should have no trouble opening his account in the Halloween EBF Novice Stakes at Catterick.
Other efforts toward reconciliation and redemption followed, as in 2011 when Machree Garrett Gibson was elected as the first Black woman president of the Texas Exes (Division of Diversity and Community Engagement).
His birth name was John Sidney Alcott, but, for professional reasons, he changed his last name to Olcott in honor of the "Irish" tenor Chauncey Olcott (1860-1932), who had starred in Irish-based musical dramas, introduced "Mother Machree," wrote and sang "My Wild Irish Rose," and whose real name, in turn, was John Chancellor.
Where she gets this curious information she doesn't say; the book has no footnotes, a spotty index, and no annotated secondary sources to speak of, but Walsh produces Big Mama Machree anyway.
Patrick's Day show, host Mitch Miller asked McGrath to sing a solo number, "Mother Machree.
The lovely "Mother Machree" slipped to "Mother Machree looked like a chicken to me," and the sacred hymn, "Nearer My God to Thee" became "Nero, my dog, has fleas.
He had just the right temperament at the right time," says Machree Gibson, president of the Texas Exes and the first Black female leader of the alumni group.
The novel was a far cry from weepy Mother Machree and the cuddly yokels beloved of Somerville and Ross.
He was spotted by John Ford, who hired him as an extra in what would be Morrison's first film, Mother Machree, and set the stage for the future and some of the greatest films ever, John Ford Westerns.
The first one was called My Little Grey Home in the West and the second one was Mother Machree.
Other Boucicault plays based on Ireland are Arrah-na-Pogue (1864), The O'Dowd (1873), The Shaughraun (1874), and Cuishla Machree (1888).
Act 1 I DON'T CARE YOU'RE THE APPLE OF MY EYE ALICE BLUE GOWN I'M GOING SOUTH WE'RE FOUR AMERICANS Act 2 LIEBESTRAUM MOTHER MACHREE A TASTE OF THE TEMPEST Act 3 MY MELANCHOLY BABY EVERYBODY LOVES MY BABY I'M ALWAYS CHASING RAINBOWS MEDLEY: MY BUDDY HOW ABOUT ME A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND SOME OF THESE DAYS PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND ME HONEY Disc Four: BARBRA STREISAND: A HAPPENING IN CENTRAL PARK (1968) On the evening of June 17, 1967, Barbra Streisand and 150,000 of the "luckiest people in the world" gathered together in Central Park's massive Sheep's Meadow for a once-in-a-lifetime outdoor concert event.