Robert MacGregor

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Scottish clan leader and outlaw who was the subject of a 1817 novel by Sir Walter Scott (1671-1734)

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Robert MacGregor Fuller, who served for some six years at All Saints church in the Sydney suburb of Liverpool, used a webcam to broadcast himself masturbating to a person he believed was a 13-year-old.
My dad Robert MacGregor is a national secretary with UNITE but I'd like to be in Parliament with the Labour Party.
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There is nothing new in Park City's press release today, considering that the case is now more than six months old," said Robert MacGregor, Workbrain VP and General Counsel.
Robert MacGregor, president of the Minnesota Center for Corporate Responsibility, which is affiliated with the University of St.
Percy Main make the long trip to Harraby United with new signings Ray Oshin, Nzukira Suabi, Graeme Troughton and Robert MacGregor in the squad.