- n. A surname.
- Scottish Gaelic MacGilleEathain, patronymic form of a personal name meaning "servant of (Saint) John". (Wiktionary)
“· Bucketloads of fiction, including work by perennial favourites Dirk Flinthart, Kevin Maclean, Aliette de Bodard and many others!”
“But I did find one new venue, this "Over To You" column in Maclean's.”
“In an article in Maclean's magazine in October, 2001, historians Jack Granatstein and Norman Hillmer described the core values of western civilization as "pluralism, secularism, and democracy.”
“Maclean is best described as a writer of great adventure stories.”
“Through contributions, such as this one, Simon Fraser was recognised in Maclean's recent issue on universities as the number-one comprehensive university.”
“Two months ago, an article in "Maclean's" magazine ( "Offshore Billions") talked about how "Canadians are finding new ways to hide their money from the tax man.”
“An article in "Maclean's" a few months ago described one of them -- an angry young girl from Winnipeg who ran away from home after being physically abused by her father.”
“Stay tuned -- our beliefs about leadership will change -- and you will see it all unfold in Maclean's.”
“Writing in Maclean's magazine nearly 20 years ago, poet Alden Nowlan said of Canadians: "The question is not 'who are we?' but 'what are we going to make of ourselves?”
“In December 1968, the following statement headlined an article in Maclean's magazine: "I've been dealing with National Hockey League team owners and general managers for more than six years, and I've arrived at the conclusion that the way they like their players is big, fast -- and uneducated.”
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