maconochie


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maconochie

(məˈkɒnəkɪ)
n
(Cookery) a tinned stew of meat and vegetables given to soldiers during World War 1
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In the past year, the ACT Government has made significant changes to improve detainee health, care and safety in the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC) as part of its response to the Moss Review.
Our Maconochie was spoilt but I opened another one and we had the luck to eat that one without a clod of earth being thrown over it.
Dr Ian Maconochie, a consultant in emergency paediatric medicine, said: "Children don't have as big a reserve of stored food as adults but they can live six days without eating.
Paediatrician Dr Ian Maconochie, of St Mary's Imperial College in London, said: "While children can't survive for six days without water, they can survive without food.
Instantaneous photography was demonstrated by Allan Maconochie, John Stewart and George Washington Wilson; David Brewster led the way to three-dimensional photography.
Wallis and associates completed two descriptive studies out of the United Kingdom and South Africa (Wallis, Healy, Undy, & Maconochie, 2005; Wallis & Maconochie, 2006).
Charles Maconochie, of Peterlee, pleaded guilty to nine counts of engaging in sexual activity with a girl under 16, before Durham Crown Court on Friday.
Cowen and Barry did so in conventional ways, making original and lasting contributions to the knowledge of Australian law and society in their work for the Australian Dictionary of Biography as well as in their monograph studies of the politician, judge and Governor-General Sir Isaac Isaacs (Cowen) and the penal reformer Alexander Maconochie (Barry).
School cooks served up Maconochie - a stew of corned beef and potatoes - curried cod with boiled rice or potato pie with mashed turnip and boiled cabbage.
2014: a current NCEPH/Winnunga study, which evaluates the transition of health care for Aboriginal people leaving the Australian Capital Territory prison (the Alexander Maconochie Centre; AMC), is in progress.
A common meal in the trenches was maconochie - a stew of turnips, potatoes and carrots.