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Synonyms for MacGregor

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

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Our destination was MacGregor's, a two-year-old bar/diner part-owned by Blazin' Fiddles musician Bruce MacGregor.
In March 2017 MacGregor's, who ran the Post Office along with MacGregor's Market, an'alternative' grocer's shop, approached Killin and Ardeonaig DevelopmentTrust (KAT) to ask if they would be interested in acquiring a shop unit as a community asset.
Mr MacGregor, who farms on the banks of Lochearn, is this year's recipient of the National Sheep Association (NSA) Scotland's Silver Salver, given in recognition of outstanding contribution to the sheep industry.
California [USA], Nov 15 ( ANI ): Veteran actor Katherine MacGregor of 'Little House on the Prairie' fame passed away at the age of 93.
MacGregor died Tuesday at the Motion Picture and Television Fund retirement community in Los Angeles, said Tony Sears, who is acting as her attorney.
Her representative Tony Sears says MacGregor died Tuesday at the Motion Picture and Television Fund retirement community in Los Angeles.
Vice Captain's Prize, June 12: Silver: 1 F Macgregor 44 pts; 2 F Saddington 43 pts; 3= V Sutton 39 pts BIH and S Galligan 39 pts.
MacGregor announced to acquire Rapp Marine in December 2017 for an enterprise value of approximately EUR 16m (USD 19.64m).
Politics, Ethics, and Change: The Legacy of James MacGregor Burns.
Douglas Macgregor's newest book offers a tutorial and blueprint for the strategically guided development of the U.S.
Margin of Victory: Five Battles That Changed the Face of Modern War, by Douglas Macgregor. Foreword by Robert M.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 6, 2016-Abernathy MacGregor names chief executive officer
Andrew MacGregor Marshall's A Kingdom in Crisis sits firmly within this orientalist tradition.