- a seaport in E Australia.
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MacKay also had been a bagpiper and the sergeant-at-arms of the Inland Empire Emerald Society.
MacKay and another deputy were wounded when exchanging fire with Dorner, who sought refuge in a cabin, apparently also hit.
MacKay was back out on the mountain Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
According to Mackay's research, Thais—the world's quickest—do it for 10.Fat Men Last Longer in Bed
September 10, 2010
If Mackay agrees, I vote we make you captain of this venture.'Robert Elsmere
Mrs. Humphry Ward
Mackay is right, we can't do without you—Evelyn least of any.
I will send at once for Dr Mackay; and, look, your tea is all cold.
Dr Mackay had at last spoken hopefully as to the fate of Desmond's eyes.
There was a laugh at this, and Mackay, the third baseman, looked a little sheepish.Baseball Joe Around the World
- a port in E Australia, in Queensland: artificial harbour. Pop: 57 649 (2001)
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