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United States inventor and manufacturer of a mechanical harvester (1809-1884)

United States operatic tenor (born in Ireland) (1884-1945)

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As of April 13, McCormick had completed its due diligence review of Premier Foods, which was conducted with the management of Premier Foods.
The court was shown disturbing footage from the body camera of PC Owen Berry, of Merseyside Police, which showed Mr McCormick lying on his living room floor covered in blood from a serious head wound.
HJR Agri, Oswestry, and PGF Agri, of Llanerch-y-medd and Y Ffor, were among agricultural engineers who travelled the Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Doncaster, to hear about the new and upgraded models being introduced by McCormick this year.
The Baltimore Jewish Times reported that the firm was pushed into action by a Maryland Jewish activist, Jay Bernstein, an attorney who learned last year that Baltimore-based McCormick & Co.
Apart from Killybegs, which boasts a Fish Auction Hall, they are the names of small villages where Liam McCormick, in partnership with others, designed exquisite Modern churches.
McCormick also announced the appointment of Wayne Buchberger as vice president of sales for the tractor manufacturer.
Less than a week ago, McCormick landed in Boston's famed Fenway Park as the Renegades and Boston's NY-Penn League affiliate, the Lowell Spinners, played before a near-sellout crowd.
Each year McCormick makes about 50 motivational speeches across the country using the theme, "Never Be Average," relaying lessons he learned during the decade he spent as an NBA center.
McCormick Int'l USA, Norcross, GA, a division of ARGO Tractors and part of AGRO S.
James McCormick, from Friendly Street, Belfast, was arrested in Birmingham and denies the attempted murder of Brendan Devine on January 30 at Magennis's bar in Belfast.
Comedian Pat McCormick had a heck of a 78th birthday party on Thursday when many of his buddies stopped by the Motion Picture & Television Fund home to do five minutes in his honor.
Many theologians, physicians, and politicians agree that the late Richard McCormick greatly influenced moral theology, bioethics, and public policy in the United States.
McCormick wheat was named in tribute of Robert Hall of Walnut Grove in Rockbridge County, VA, and his sons, including Cyrus Hall McCormick, William Sanderson McCormick, and Leander James McCormick.
Recently Rita McCormick, RN, CIC--a University of Wisconsin infection control practitioner who has been a committee member for the development of a number of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) infection prevention guidelines, and who has been keenly interested in product selection in the area of healthcare infection reduction--described the situation and its long-term care implications to Richard L.
Moving to Los Angeles in 1958, McCormick spent the 1960s at various radio stations.
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