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Maclaren

[ muhk-lar-uhn, muh-klar- ]

noun

  1. I·an [ee, -, uh, n, ahy, -, uh, n]. Watson, John.


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WHO: Like the neighborhood, aging hippies mix with craft hops heads and thirtysomethings in Missoni with Maclaren strollers.

Unfortunately Lauren is watching this entire scene wedged in the turnstile by the Maclaren.

In nothing Dr. Maclaren has written is there more of beauty, of spiritual insight, or of brilliant elucidation of Scripture.

In 1820 Maclaren was made editor of the sixth edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.

He was as good as his word, and shot MacLaren when between the stilts of his plough, wounding him mortally.

MacLaren died, and about the same time his cattle were houghed, and his live stock destroyed in a barbarous manner.

Major MacLaren, already wounded, was killed by a shell while on his way to the hospital.

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