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- George,1824–1905, Scottish novelist and poet.
- Sir John Alexander,1815–91, Canadian statesman, born in Scotland: first prime minister 1867–73, 1878–91.
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- James Ramsay,1866–1937, British statesman and labor leader: prime minister 1924, 1929–35.
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Examples from the Web for macdonald
MacDonald attended the trial but escaped on bond when he was awaiting sentence.
It is understood that MacDonald has been on the radar for years.
MacDonald is believed to have been living in a campground in Portugal when McCann disappeared.
What that means, though, according to MacDonald, is that the developers are always five years ahead of you.Can Carl Hiaasen Save Florida?
September 19, 2014
MacDonald mans the office despite being—like most of the rest of the Western Isles, it seems—in his 70s.Scotland’s ‘Yes’ Campaign and the Myth of Scottish Equality
September 18, 2014
Macdonald's always the first one to go up to the penitent bench.
Macdonald, however, was not a man to be put down in his own shop and before his own admirers.
Macdonald strode to the forge and took out the bar of white-hot iron.
"Brain 'em," said Macdonald laconically, speaking for the first time.
"A celebrated German writer," lisped the modest Miss Macdonald.Vivian Grey
Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli
- Flora. 1722–90, Scottish heroine, who helped the Young Pretender to escape to Skye after his defeat at the battle of Culloden (1746)
- Sir John Alexander. 1815–91, Canadian statesman, born in Scotland, who was the first prime minister of the Dominion of Canada (1867–73; 1878–91)
- (James) Ramsay . 1866–1937, British statesman, who led the first and second Labour Governments (1924 and 1929–31). He also led a coalition (1931–35), which the majority of the Labour Party refused to support