American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- McLaughlin, John Born 1942. British jazz guitarist best known for his virtuosic playing and for his affinity for flamenco and Eastern music.
“Atkinson and Alessi are spot-on, while McLaughlin is pitch-perfect.”
“The band, formed by Corea and McLaughlin, is an absolutely first-rate collaboration.”
“A spokesman for Mr. Cornyn, Kevin McLaughlin, said, this is not an effort to scuttle or block the nomination, but a legitimate policy difference.”
“His brother, James David McLaughlin is an 11 yr Marine Veteran who served in”
“Sen. Cornyn regrets the mistake and apologizes for any misunderstanding this may have caused, his spokesman Kevin McLaughlin clarified after the remarks were brought to his notice.”
“Although McLaughlin is accusing Microsoft of using the songs in”
“Casita Linda, owned by Linda McLaughlin, is a huge beautiful place with only six rooms, which rent for something like $185 US a night and up.”
“McLaughlin is seen in some markets on Friday night, so some websites have picked it up, including Drudge, but I don't expect it to have much impact because McLaughlin is not considered a news show and it will be pre-empted in the big markets on Sunday because of tennis.”
“His coach was Kevin McLaughlin, now director of youth ice hockey for USA Hockey.”
“Yet Audrey McLaughlin is so impressed with Jean Chretien's policies that she said, last July in Kitchener, that she would join him in a coalition government or a Parliamentary alliance if there were a hung Parliament after the next election.”
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