- Jack (Wilson), Baron. born 1960, Scottish Labour politician; first minister of the Scottish Parliament (2001–07)
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Examples from the Web for mcconnell
“I do think McConnell knows how to manage his caucus,” Bonjean said.The New Cruzians Are Ready to Make Life Hell for Mitch McConnell
November 17, 2014
But what has McConnell said about such obviously popular minimum wage hikes?GOP Senate Can't Resist a ‘War on Women’
November 11, 2014
New Senate Majority Leader McConnell had just taken a victory lap held a press conference.The Booze That Saved America
November 8, 2014
Obama managed the extraordinary feat of making McConnell look gracious by comparison.
And Obama suggested that he and McConnell could share some Kentucky bourbon.
"I can not suffer this examination to be continued," said Judge McConnell.
Judge McConnell said the jury could have the map but not at this particular time.
Promptly at the regular hour for resuming the proceedings, Judge McConnell put in an appearance.
Judge McConnell, to the amazement of nearly everybody in the room, sustained the motion.
Judge McConnell took his seat on the bench at ten o'clock, and Mr. Hynes immediately commenced his address.
Word Origin and History for mcconnell
Irish surname, from Irish mac "son of" + Conall, from Celt. kunovalos "high-powerful."
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