- Cor·mac, [kawr-mak, ‐muh k] /ˈkɔr mæk, ‐mək/, born 1933, U.S. novelist.
- Joseph R(aymond),1909–57, U.S. politician.
- Joseph Vincent,1887–1978, U.S. baseball manager.
- Mary (Therese),1912–1989, U.S. novelist and memoirist.
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Such was the corrosive paranoia of the time, fueled by McCarthy and abetted by Hoover.I Saw Nuclear Armageddon Sitting on My Desk
November 10, 2014
Spirituality, after all, is not as marketable as sex appeal, so maybe the media-savvy McCarthy is exposing a true vulnerability.
McCarthy, who used to self-identify as a Democrat, now calls herself an Independent.
But McCarthy parlayed her naked ambition into a pretty fabulous career.
McCarthy wore a virginal white wedding dress for the occasion.
"Ye must pay a pinny or ilse put your forefinger in," says McCarthy.
When he has departed for his nap, McCarthy and I get to work on the medicine.
McCarthy is said to have been "an accomplished man with a fine presence."
I called McCarthy, one of the French garçons, and asked him the cause of the conflict.The Four Million
After gazing up for a moment, McCarthy turned slowly to face Dick.Wanted--7 Fearless Engineers!
Warner Van Lorne
- Cormac. born 1933, US writer; his novels include Suttree (1979), Blood Meridian (1985), All the Pretty Horses (1992), No Country for Old Men (2005) and The Road (2006)
- Joseph R (aymond). 1908–57, US Republican senator, who led (1950-54) the notorious investigations of alleged Communist infiltration into the US government
- Mary (Therese). 1912–89, US novelist and critic; her works include The Group (1963)
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