American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- McKay, Claude 1890-1948. Jamaican-born American writer who figured prominently in the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. His works include collections of poetry, such as Constab Ballads (1912), and novels, including Home to Harlem (1928).
“McKay is right - we, as an audience, are willing to give him free reign and let him take Ron Burgundy to insane places and I'll still love it.”
“As Minister of Defense, I would expect McKay is required to keep certain information secret, even from the PM, about operational details.”
“Remembering Gordon McKay is the next entry in this blog.”
“In one of my favorite scenes, McKay is left to explain his plan to Colonels Caldwell and Ellis but Ellis in particular has no patience for the long, drawn out tale.”
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“Once again Kellar gets captured and once again McKay is in a situation that's probably going to be very funny.”
“The question I have is if she's interested in McKay or if it's someone else.”
“McKay is saying software is required for inheritance and natural selection does not explain software.”
“McKay is a scientist at the NASA Ames Research Center where he researches the evolution of the solar system as well as the origin of life.”
“I'm sure there's a big pile of cash somewhere in McKay's basement complements of KC Elections.”
“When you consider that McKay is still being paid $200,000 per year by UNM for terminating his contract early, the figure jumps to $225,000 per extra win for the next three years.”
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