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“MACKAY: The State Emergency Service (SES) has door-knocked homes in Mackay to prepare residents for evacuation as heavy rain and king tides cause”
“_ Mackay, _Book of Mackay_, p. 24.] [Footnote 26: Robertson, _Early Kings_, vol. i, pp. 360-1.”
“I cant listen to Nova cause i live in Mackay!! it soooo sux!!!!!”
“Writer, journalist, comic reader, intermittent blogger, and over-tired family man Brad Mackay is the author most recently of a biographical essay which appears in The Collected Doug Wright Volume One (Drawn and Quarterly, 2009).”
“Naanee caught seven passes for 129 yards for the Broncos, who snapped Nevada's 10-game home winning streak and claimed their seventh consecutive victory over the Wolf Pack before a crowd of 25,506, the 10th largest in Mackay Stadium history.”
“The filmmaker, Jim Mackay, is known for working with largely unknown actors, and holding improvisation workshops to develop the script from people's experiences.”
“James Mackay is a former Georgia state legislator and U.S. Congressman.”
“Mr. Justice Keiller Mackay is a leading Member of the Shakespeare Society of Toronto, and will now speak to us on "Shakespeare and the Bible".”
“We had one on board with us, whom I have already referred to under the name Mackay, who seemed to me not only a good instance of this failure in life of which we have been speaking, but a good type of the intelligence which here surrounded me.”
“d text - for example, 'nicht' and 'night' both occur - so I simply went with the flow and re produced exactly the text in Mackay's book.”
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