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  • Medical text-books describe classic features of malaise and tenderness in a specific area of the abdomen known as McBurney's point but, in truth, the clinical presentation is often vague, and the list of other complaints which can cause belly-ache is long.

    The Guardian World News

  • You need to make sure those benefits are addressed separately in a settlement, says Emily Widmann McBurney , a lawyer with Davis, Matthews & Quigley in Atlanta who specializes in QDRO law.

    The 'Splitting' Headaches of Late-Life Divorce

  • Now this is exciting: a chance to catch a first glimpse of a new piece created by Complicite and directed by Simon McBurney.

    This week's new theatre and dance

  • There is also Trollopian comedy of ecclesiastical politics in a slippery archdeacon played by Simon McBurney, with Ralph Fiennes turning up in the new series as a smoothly evangelical Bishop of London.

    Holy smoke: religion and television's uneasy pact

  • Credentials: The second licensed captain ever to charter on Lake Powell, McBurney has led clients to numerous stripers over 30 pounds, and specializes in all methods from trolling to fly fishing.

    Favorite Lures of the Striper Guides

  • There could be a "huge difference" in a provision that says one spouse should get "50% of the 401(k) balance as of June 1, 2011," and "50% of the 401(k) balance as of June 1, 2011, including earnings and/or losses from that date until the date the funds are distributed to the nonemployee spouse," Ms. McBurney says.

    Divorce: Who Wants the House?

  • It's likely that Complicite and McBurney will have both the vision and the skills to succeed in making this into a daring and memorable piece of theatre.

    This week's new theatre and dance

  • These usually take at least three months to complete, and the account balances in defined-contribution plans may change significantly in that time, says Emily Widmann McBurney , a lawyer at Davis, Matthews & Quigley in Atlanta.

    Divorce: Who Wants the House?

  • He says McBurney makes the ideas of infinity and string theory come to life.

    'Disappearing Number': A Vivid Theatrical Equation

  • McBurney intercuts that story with a contemporary one, about a math professor named Ruth and her husband, an Indian-born but thoroughly American futures trader named Al.Mr. MCBURNEY: What I wanted to try and make present on the stage was a kind of emotional charge, which also comes directly through the work and through the numbers, just as it comes through the relationship and the human warmth between these people.

    'Disappearing Number': A Vivid Theatrical Equation

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