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321 example sentences with  macrae

321 example sentences with macrae

Abbott, M. Baxter, S.P. Day, Victor Hugo, Macrae, S.M. Smucker, F.M. Whitehurst, have written more or less on Louis Napoleon.

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Like Macrae, to be mentioned later in these pages, he had first brought himself into notice as a sea-captain, and as Governor of Bombay had upheld the Company's interests for four years, in circumstances of no ordinary difficulty.

SMITH (MACRAE) CO. Nuvat the brave.

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Gladys E. MacQueen (W); 17Jun64; R339678. MACRAE, MARJORIE KNIGHT.

Marjorie Knight (Mrs. Elliott B. Macrae) (A); 25May64; R338361.

MACRAE, OPAL WHEELER.

Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae) (A); 23Jun64; R339715.

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MACRAE, OPAL WHEELER.

Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae) (A); 24Jun65; R363932.

Macrae Smith Co. (PWH); 29Nov66; R398527.

by Wendell MacRae.

SEE Campbell, Paul E. MACRAE SMITH CO. Red beards of the Yellow River.

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28Mar68; R432823. MACRAE, MRS.

ELLIOTT B. SEE Macrae, Marjorie Knight.

MACRAE, MARJORIE KNIGHT.

Marjorie Knight (Mrs. Elliott B. Macrae) (A); 15May68; R435582.

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MACRAE, OPAL WHEELER.

Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae) (A); 15Jul69; R465349.

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MACRAE, MRS.

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MACRAE, OPAL WHEELER.

Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae, Sr.)

SEE REED, ALFRED C. GELB, IGNACE J. Nuzi personal names, by Ignace J. Gelb, Pierre M. Furves & Allan A. MacRae.

MACRAE, ALLAN A. Nuzi personal names.

SEE Gelb, Ignace J. MACRAE, MRS. CAMERON.

Mrs. Cameron MacRae (Jane Miller) (A); 13Nov70; R498216.

MACRAE, MRS.

ELLIOTT B. SEE Macrae, Marjorie Knight.

MACRAE, MARJORIE KNIGHT.

Marjorie Knight (Mrs. Elliott B. Macrae) (A); 24May71; R506423.

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By Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae) © 22Sep48; A25602.

Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae) (A); 20Aug76; R638656.

R85061, 24Oct51, Macrae Smith Co. (PWH) GORDON, MARGERY, comp.

Macrae Smith Co. (PWH); 28Dec61; R287960.

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Gladys E. MacQueen (W); 17Jun64; R339678. MACRAE, MARJORIE KNIGHT.

Marjorie Knight (Mrs. Elliott B. Macrae) (A); 25May64; R338361.

MACRAE, OPAL WHEELER.

Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae) (A); 23Jun64; R339715.

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MACRAE, MRS.

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MACRAE, OPAL WHEELER.

Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae) (A); 24Jun65; R363932.

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SEE Macrae, Marjorie Knight.

MACRAE, MRS.

ELLIOTT B. SEE Macrae, Marjorie Knight.

MACRAE, MRS.

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MACRAE, MARJORIE KNIGHT.

Marjorie Knight (Mrs. Elliott B. Macrae) (A); 1Jun66; R386723.

MACRAE, OPAL WHEELER.

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Mozart, the wonder boy. SEE Macrae, Opal Wheeler.

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MACRAE, MRS.

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MACRAE, OPAL WHEELER.

Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae, Sr.)

SEE SMITH, ROY L. <pb id='503.png' /> SMITH (MACRAE) CO. What you want to say and how to say it in Portuguese.

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By Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae) © 22Sep48; A25602.

Opal Wheeler (Mrs. John Macrae) (A); 20Aug76; R638656.

The party originally consisted of five menMacrae, Arnold, Robinson, Harder, and Smith; but Macrae and Arnold, about three weeks previous to our arrival, had organised themselves into a "forlorn hope," and had gone away with a large band of Wandering Chukchis in search, of some Russian settlement.

Of course, there was nothing to be done but carry these three men and all their stores back to Anadyrsk, where we should probably find Macrae and Arnold awaiting our arrival.

[Illustration: Stone Hatchet for cutting edible grass] CHAPTER XXIX CLASSIFICATION OF NATIVESINDIAN TYPE, MONGOLIAN TYPE, AND TURKISH TYPEEASTERN VIEW OF WESTERN ARTS AND FASHIONSAN AMERICAN SAINT All the inhabitants of the settlement were in the streets to meet us when we returned; but we were disappointed not to see among them the faces of Macrae and Arnold.

The month of February wore slowly away, and March found us still living in Anadyrsk, without any news from the Major, or from the missing men, Arnold and Macrae.

Enclosed were letters from Colonel Bulkley, announcing the landing of the Anadyr River party under Lieutenant Macrae, and a map showing the location of their camp.

I was told that Macrae would be landed only in case of perfect certainty to reach Anadyrsk in boats, and I confess I don't like such surprises as Colonel Bulkley has made me now.

For the present our duty consists in doing our utmost to extricate them from where they are, and you must get every dog-sledge you can, stuff them with dog-food and provisions, and go at once in search of Macrae's camp."

These directions I had already anticipated and carried out, and Macrae's party, or at least all I could find of it, was now living in Anadyrsk.

We were overjoyed to learn from the first man who met us after we entered the settlement that Macrae and Arnold had arrived, and in five minutes we were shaking them by the hand, congratulating them, upon their safe arrival, and overwhelming them with questions as to their travels and adventures, and the reasons of their long absence.

The Major had directed me to meet him there with Macrae, Arnold, Robinson, and Dodd, as soon as the first of April, and the month of March was now rapidly drawing to a close.

There was a joyful time in that log house when the Major, Bush, Macrae, Arnold, Robinson, Dodd, and I gathered around a steaming samovar or tea-urn which stood on a pine table in the centre of the room, and discussed the adventures, haps, and mishaps of our first arctic winter.

Macrae and Arnold had explored nearly all the region lying south of the Anadyr and along the lower Myan, and had gained much valuable information concerning the little-known tribe of Wandering Chukchis.

As soon as he had recovered a little, therefore, from the fatigue of his journey, he started with Bush, Macrae, and the Russian governor, for Anadyrsk, intending to engage there fifty or sixty native labourers and begin at once the construction of station-houses and the cutting and distribution of poles along the Anadyr River.

His expedition had been entirely successful; Mr. Bush had been put in command of the Northern District from Penzhina to Bering Strait, and he, together with Macrae, Harder, and Smith, had been left at Anadyrsk for the summer.

Dr. Gordon Beattie, MacRae’s son-in-law, had been a great proponent of building new courts, and along with Arthur Wood was instrumental in the tennis club’s success.

MacRae, Ian J. How could we imagine them?: Shamanism, Structuralism, & The Zoomorphic Series in Dorset Carving."

MacRae to meetings of the Universities Space Research Assoc and to the Canadian Society for the Study of the History and Philosophy of Science in Kingston.

Macrae was added to the Board’s Trades and Navigation Committee.