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McNair

[ muhk-nair ]

noun

  1. Lesley James, 1883–1944, U.S. army officer.


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McNair says the budget for bike funding could soon get bumped to $2 million a year, up from the $1 million per year that’s currently allocated.

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As of 2021, McNair estimates that only about 20 percent of that plan has actually been completed.

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Weaver has worked to aggressively reshape the Pistons’ roster by buying out Blake Griffin and trading Derrick Rose, while McNair has so far taken a more deliberate approach.

Even though McNair has tried to smooth things over, Watson appears done.

On the first anniversary of McNair’s death in 2019, Maryland’s football team participated in a health and wellness clinic hosted by the Jordan McNair Foundation.

As the Eastern phase of her tour drew to a close, Lepucki, like McNair, was tired but grateful.

It was God, she says, who told her what to do when Michael Hill walked into McNair Academy, dressed in all black, ready to kill.

"I am going to make a request, Miss McNair," he said evenly.

He was selected as captain but declined, and Thomas McNair was chosen, who ordered an immediate removal to the fort.

"We spread some lime a time or two, but not nearly enough," admitted Wilson McNair.

They were divided into six classes, but since the year 1857, when Major McNair took charge, sec.

Major McNair, who himself supplied both apparatus and chemicals.

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