American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- McCartney, Sir (James) Paul Born 1942. British musician who as a member of the Beatles, a popular music group (1960-1971), wrote many notable songs with John Lennon, including "Can't Buy Me Love” and "Yellow Submarine.”
- n. English rock star and bass guitarist and songwriter who with John Lennon wrote most of the music for the Beatles (born in 1942)
“( "If you play the record backwards you learn that Paul McCartney is really dead!")”
“JR: I was talking about the Richard Perry connection -- Richard calls me up and says, Hey, McCartney is auditioning his new band at the Hard Rock.”
“Paul McCartney is among the artists set to rock out at the 2009 Coachella Music Festival in California this April.”
“Paul McCartney is probably the most beloved figure in pop music alive today.”
“Paul McCartney is just another British socialist suzieQ”
“The self-proclaimed preacher added that instead of supporting the people of Palestine in their suffering, McCartney is celebrating the atrocities of the occupiers.”
“Paul McCartney is being blasted by his sister-in-law right on the heels of reports that a settlement had been reached in his bitter divorce from Heather Mills.”
“As he rolls out a new DVD and expanded edition of his latest album, Paul McCartney is predicting the Beatles 'catalogue will make its long-awaited arrival in the digital realm next year.”
“BEATLE: Paul McCartney is pushing for full custody of his 4-year-old daughter after Heather Mills publicly claimed her life was in danger.”
“But as I get older, the current McCartney is starting to appeal to me more.”
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