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McClure

[ muh-kloor ]

noun

  1. Samuel Sidney, 1857–1949, U.S. editor and publisher, born in Ireland.


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McClure speaks in measured tones, drawing shapes with her hands as she explains that, in part to mitigate the threat of climate change, GMP is in the process of transforming its grid.

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That has led to a battle for Olympic spots that McClure called “more wide open than probably it has ever been.”

"She's too past her prime for Americans to care anymore," said Stratte-McClure.

Ken McClure, a brilliant equine surgeon, has had several horses die on the operating table.

After questioning him, he would give no further explanation in the presence of Mrs. McClure.

I similarly questioned Mrs. McClure, and I am satisfied from the answers that she gave that her story is the correct one.

In that statement he also indicated that the telegram was a cash telegram, accounted for by Mrs. McClure as a night letter.

I did extract from our files all messages matching the message numbers on the cash sheet prepared by Mrs. McClure.

So you then got all of the telegrams that were listed on Mrs. McClure's cash sheets; is that correct?

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