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In many of the letters, he wrote that he believed that MacDonald was innocent, despite later acknowledging that he felt otherwise.Janet Malcolm, elegant and incisive writer for the New Yorker, dies at 86|Harrison Smith|June 17, 2021|Washington Post
Macdonald did not attend college, her son said, and worked for Scottish Television and ITV before joining BBC, where she worked on shows including BBC Radio 4’s “Woman’s Hour.”Lyn Macdonald, acclaimed chronicler of World War I, dies at 91|Emily Langer|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
Macdonald most recently coached for the Baltimore Ravens under Harbaugh’s brother John, so expect the Wolverines to stay plenty blitzy.Can New Coaches — And A New Vision — Fix Michigan’s Defense?|Richard Johnson|April 8, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
“We had a whole roadmap of things we wanted to build, but we recognized that at our scale, we could be better served by partnering up with bigger organizations,” MacDonald said.Acast acquires podcasting startup RadioPublic|Anthony Ha|February 19, 2021|TechCrunch
MacDonald will also partner with Lisa Erspamer and her Happy Street Entertainment company again on the project.Oprah Winfrey Documentary Coming To Apple TV+|Brande Victorian|January 14, 2021|Essence.com
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.
ROME, Italy — Roderick MacDonald has been proven to be the worst kind of pedophile there is—an apologetic serial offender.
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?|Malcolm Jones|September 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Macdonald was entrusted with this duty, and was further required to cover the concentration of Championnet's army.
On the afternoon of July 5th it fell to the lot of Macdonald to attempt to seize the plateau which formed the Austrian centre.
In the famous campaign of 1814 Macdonald fought fiercely to drive the enemy out of France.
Like his fellow Marshals, Macdonald hated the Spanish war, which was a war of posts, and devoid of glory.
Macdonald attempted, by a combined frontal attack and a turning movement, to dislodge them.