Synonyms for mccolm or Related words with mccolm
Examples of "mccolm"
died in 1966 and was buried in Balmoral Cemetery, Brisbane.
is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
McCombe is a (patronymic or paternal) family name. Variants of which include:
, McComb, McCome and McKomb.
In April 2014 "The Scotsman" columnist Euan
suggested that UK Labour Party leader Ed Miliband was "more Stackridge than Beatles."
Guandera was founded in 1994, after Dr. Michael
, Executive Director of Ecuador’s Jatun Sacha Foundation was tipped off to the presence of this forest by national field botanists. Shortly after his initial visit, Dr.
made the move to protect the portion of the forest now within the Biological Station and with subsequent purchases of private lands the entire protected area now occupies 10 km of primary inter-Andean valley moist, montane forest and paramo.
In 1926 he returned to Australia; where he first worked as a Jackaroo and later owned a large farm jointly with Captain
, who had been Master of the Mount Stewart.
Cephas (born 30 September 1978 in Monrovia) is a former Liberian soccer forward who spent five seasons in the lower U.S. divisions. He has earned two caps with the Liberia national team.
Ronald Gilmore was born in Pittsburg, Kansas, to Leo and Maxine (née
) Gilmore. He attended St. Mary's High School from 1956 to 1959, and graduated in 1960 from St. John Vianney High School in Omaha, Nebraska.
(born January 31, 1965) is an American actor and stuntman, and former model. He has modeled for Ralph Lauren early in his career. As an actor, he is best known for portraying Johnny Domino, the lead character in the 1997-1999 television series "Night Man" and Agent Thompson, the agent who kills Trinity at the climax of the "The Matrix Reloaded". He also appeared as , a T-888 Terminator in the television series "".
also portrayed the henchman of Jason Statham on the 2004 film "Cellular".
Red Scorpion 2 is a 1994 action film starring Matt
, John Savage and Jennifer Rubin. It was directed by Michael Kennedy. The film is a sequel to the 1988 film "Red Scorpion" which starred Dolph Lundgren, although the story is largely unrelated to the first installment.
(25 June 1914 – 2 May 1966) was an Australian politician. Born in Cardiff, Wales, he migrated to Australia as a child and was educated at Scotch College, Warwick, Queensland. He was a bushworker before serving in the military 1936-46, after which he was a public servant.
The show stars Matt
as the title character, a superhero whose real name was Johnny Domino, a saxophonist. "Night Man" is also one of the few series to cross over with characters from Larson's previous series. In the episode "Manimal", Johnny allies with Professor Jonathan Chase, the star of the short-lived 1980s' series "Manimal".
A documentary film is currently being produced by a Melbourne-based media production team led by Ron Killeen and Andrew
. When complete, currently projected to be around July 2014, it should provide an excellent resource about the history of this line.
The first version of the screenplay for this film was written by Dennis Hackin. A second different version, set in Malaysia, was written by Clay Walker in 1990. Neither of these screenplays were used. The version set in Malaysia was seemingly due to go ahead and in the New Straits Times of June 18, 1992, it was reported that the script was being written by Vigil and was scheduled to be shot in Europe in November. In the same issue it had confusingly stated that
was ""in Malaysia to promote his latest movie, Red Scorpion 2: The Spear of Destiny. In this movie,
takes the lead as Kurt Hawkins, a US Special Forces staff sergeant.""
In the trial's second week, Detective Constable Gilchrist was asked about the piece of charred material that he and DC
had found three weeks after the PA 103 crash. DC Gilchrist attached a label to the material and wrote "Cloth (charred)" on it. The word 'cloth' was overwritten by the word 'debris'. DC Gilchrist's attempts to explain the overwriting were later described by the judges as "at worst evasive and at best confusing."
The Kickers came off a successful 2004 campaign that saw the club finish second in the A-League Eastern Division. Amassing a total of 17 wins, eight losses and three draws, the Kickers posted 54 points that season, having the third strongest overall record in the league, behind Portland Timbers and Montreal Impact. The former VCU standout,
Cephas lead the team in scoring during the 2004 season, tallying 10 goals.
Vick Chamberlain, portrayed by Matt
, is a T-888 Terminator sent back in time to help create a traffic surveillance network that Skynet hopes to use in the future. An advanced infiltrator, Vick poses as the husband of city manager Barbara Chamberlain, murders one of her political enemies, and adapts his mission to attack a group of Resistance fighters, including Derek Reese, when he finds one of them spying on her. Although his mission is not directly related to the Connors, he is their principal Terminator adversary early in the first season, while Cromartie obtains a new biological covering and begins his search for them anew.
Jack Comber (15 April 1919 – 23 October 1992) was an Australian politician. Born in Broken Hill, New South Wales, he was educated at St Kevin's College in Melbourne before becoming a shop assistant. He served in the military 1941-46 and returned to become a store manager and insurance consultant. In 1961, he was elected to the Australian House of Representatives as the Labor member for the Queensland seat of Bowman, defeating sitting MP Malcolm
. Comber was defeated in 1963 and retired from politics. He died in 1992.
The film stars Matt
as Nick Stone, John Savage as Andrew Kendrick and Jennifer Rubin as Sam Guinness. Other cast members include Paul Ben-Victor as Vince D'Angelo, Michael Covert as Billy Ryan, Réal Andrews as Winston 'Mad Dog' Powell, Duncan Fraser as Mr. Benjamin, George Touliatos as Gregori and Michael Ironside as Col. West. Marc Singer was the original choice for the role of the film's nemesis Andrew Kendrick, whilst Gary Daniels and David Bradley were considered for the role of leading hero character Nick Stone.
Stephen Baird was forced to play cello as a child, but let that training lapse. He learned to play guitar in the 1980s and began putting medical and scientific concepts to music while teaching medical school classes. His bluegrass style is applied to topics ranging from gravity to sexually transmitted diseases to false gods. He released his first album of self-described "scientific gospel" music in 1998. In 2000 he formed the band The Opossums of Truth with like-minded individuals Dwight Worden, Mike
, Ron Jackson and son Daniel Baird. Upon Jackson's untimely death in 2007, the band reformed as The Galapagos Mountain Boys.
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