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  • proper n. A surname. A variant spelling of McLeod.

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Examples

  • Agence France-Presse/Getty Images The Dalai Lama read a statement from the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile during a ceremony marking the anniversary of the Tibetan Uprising, in Mcleod Ganj, Dharamshala, March 10, 2011.

    India This Week

  • The term was coined by British politician Iain Mcleod in a speech to Parliament in 1965.

    The Return of Stagflation

  • Don't worry Bordetella I don't think "Ken Mcleod" will mind you accidentally miss spelled his name.

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  • I'm looking forward to a wee trip to the Czech Republic at the end of the month, where I'll be a guest at Parcon in Pilsen, along with Jeff and Ann VanderMeer, Ian R. Mcleod and Les Edwards, making this sort of the world's first New Weird convention.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • I loved this video that Scott Mcleod referred me to.

    Stephen's Lighthouse: September 2008 Archives

  • Between Mcleod, Txori and the new Bad Juju Lounge, the area has a lot going for it beyond what many love to hate about Belltown, but now it appears some glancing over ones shoulder is called for, sadly.

    The Summer of Belltown’s Discontent | Seattle Metblogs

  • Mcleod, Uta (hooking), 4: 52; S Brookbank, Cin (holding), 5: 19; -

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  • K Mcleod, Uta (hooking), 5: 31; T Gleason, Mch (charging), 7: 51; D

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  • THIRD PERIOD -- Scoring: 6, Springfield, Nikos Tselios 1 (power play) (Mike Stutzel, Kiel Mcleod) 1: 18.

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  • Springfield, Gary Shuchuk 1 (Kiel Mcleod, Jason Jaspers), 18: 31.

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