[muh k-dou-uh l]
- Ephraim,1771–1830, U.S. surgeon.
- Irvin,1818–85, Union general in the American Civil War.
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Examples from the Web for mcdowell
McDowell could have used all sorts of expletives to tell the offending fans to shut up.
Todd Achondo, a fan at the April 23 game, heard McDowell say.
The inquiry will not end in making a thorough general of McDowell.Diary from November 12, 1862, to October 18, 1863
McDowell himself had not lacked in dash and grit, nor, to say sooth, in strategy.
McDowell was making a frontal attack and sending in his brigades piecemeal.
We hear that McDowell is somewhere between you and Fredericksburg.
The government there may be trusted, I think, to recall McDowell.
- American surgeon who performed (1809) the first recorded ovariotomy.
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