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McGrath

/məˈɡræθ/
noun
1.
Glenn (Donald). born 1970, Australian cricketer: played 124 test matches (1993–2007) and took 563 wickets, a record for a fast bowler
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  • mcgrath took the handcuffs and badge to the light and examined them.

    Shifting Sands Sara Ware Bassett
  • Freckles mcgrath slammed the door of the cage and started the car up.

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  • Governor Abbott tipped back his chair and looked at mcgrath.

    The Lieutenant-Governor Guy Wetmore Carryl
  • This was an eventuality entirely outside the calculations of mcgrath.

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  • mcgrath's determined on it, and there's no lack of men to carry out his orders.

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