- Alexander . 1969–2011, British fashion designer and master tailor.
- Steve. 1930–80, US film actor, noted for his portrayal of tough characters
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Examples from the Web for mcqueen
Past winning artists generally were either complete outsiders (McQueen) or divisive figures in the art world.
This year McQueen picked up three Oscars (including best picture) for his third motion picture 12 Years A Slave.
Then McQueen, who can come across as quite intense and dour, magnificently, jumped up and down.The Changing Color of the Oscars: '12 Years A Slave' Makes History
March 3, 2014
McQueen may have realized that that, too, yields a kind of artiness that distracts.A "Slave" Saved or Sunk by Cliché
November 22, 2013
She looked stunning in a green McQueen gown at the BBC's sports personality of the year award.Kate's First Trip Out Since Morning Sickness Struck
December 17, 2012
“Faith, and the luck is all with us this day,” said Mr McQueen.
Mr McQueen was a thrifty man, and got his supply of turf early in the season.
"Faix, and it'll be by Mrs. Odell's leave, then," says Mrs. McQueen.Guy Kenmore's Wife and The Rose and the Lily
Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller
“None of your virtuous airs, McQueen,” said Mr. Duthie, hotly.
McQueen was no longer stamping through the room, red and furious.
Word Origin and History for mcqueen
Irish surname, from Gaelic Mac Shuibhne "son of Suibhne," literally "pleasant."
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