- Donald. 1913–83, British civil servant, who spied for the Russians: fled to the former Soviet Union (with Guy Burgess) in 1951
- Sorley (ˈsɔːlɪ). 1911–96, Scottish Gaelic poet. His works include Dàin do Eimhir agus Dàin Eile (1943) and Spring Tide and Neap Tide (1977)
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Maclean graduated from Dartmouth and taught there two years.
Maclean watches the small explosion in the water—a leg, a ski, a life jacket.
It is a story about Maclean and his brother, Paul, who was beaten to death with a gun butt in 1938.
Maclean walks over to the tent where Bud Moore lived during the two years he was building the cabin.
By 1951, Maclean was head of the American department of the Foreign Office, with access to the US Atomic Energy Commission.What the Spies Knew: The Secret World of Anglo-American Intelligence
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Captain the Maclean, of Lochbuie (of the 19th Hussars), who is quite an artist in his way.War Letters of a Public-School Boy
Beauregard's plan was to cross at MacLean's and fall upon the Federal left.The Long Roll
They were not satisfactory to Maclean and irritated Priestley.
He wondered why Berthollet and Maclean had not answered his first article.
She was instigated to the deed by the wife of Maclean of Duart.A Yacht Voyage Round England