Synonyms for mcinerny or Related words with mcinerny

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Examples of "mcinerny"
The daughter of John McInerny, a medical practitioner, and Margaratta Wright (née Brayshay), she was born Kathleen McInerny in North Carlton, Melbourne. She received a BSc and MSc from the University of Melbourne.
McInerny was also a Fulbright Scholar, receiving educational funds from the Fulbright Commission Belgium.
Emily Katherine (Macca) McInerny (born 30 April 1978) is a former Australian women's basketball player.
A Commission of Inquiry headed by Justice Peter McInerny investigated the accident.
He married Sybil Frances McInerny (1891–1994), on June 19, 1911, at Washington Place. His wife was the daughter of Edward Aylett McInerny and Rose Kapuakomela Stillman Wond McInerny, both from old "kamaʻāina" families. They had three children: John Owen Dominis (1912–1933), who was named by the former queen after her husband, Sybil Frances Kaolaokalani O Liliuokalani Dominis (1914–1998), and Virginia Beatrice Kauhanenuiohonokawailani Dominis Koch (1916–2007).
Participants: Ralph McInerny, Thomas Sullivan, David Geivett, Robert Delfino, Jonathan Sanford, and John Kronen. Response y Jorge Gracia
McInerny wrote his PhD dissertation entitled "The Existential Dialectic of Soren Kierkegaard" under Professor Charles De Koninck at Laval University (Quebec).
McInerny was a member of the Australia women's national basketball team roster during the late 1990s and 2000s and was a member of the Australian team that won a gold medal at the 2006 World Championship in Brazil. McInerny also won gold for Australia at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and at the 2005 and 2007 FIBA Oceania Championships. McInerny won a silver medal for Australia at the 1997 Junior World Championships in Brazil where she played alongside future greats, Lauren Jackson and Penny Taylor.
In the domestic Women's National Basketball League (WNBL) McInerny played 307 games for the Australian Institute of Sport (1994 - 1995), Sydney Uni Flames (1996), Melbourne Tigers (1997 - 1998) and Dandenong Rangers (1998/99 to 2008/09). Her 307 games in the WNBL ranks 8th all-time. During her WNBL career, McInerny was awarded the WNBL Robyn Maher Defensive Player of the Year a record total of nine times: 1998, 1998-99, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08. In 2006/07, McInerny was awarded Life Membership of the WNBL.
The main park in the suburb is Alton Reserve on Reynell Street. McInerny Reserve, in West Croydon, is accessible from Pinda and Mundulla streets.
After not being selected for the Opals 2002 World Championship squad, McInerny sat out the 2002-03 WNBL season, stating she did not have a life outside basketball coupled with her inability to make the national team. Despite being viewed as a key defender and court leader, McInerny's national progress was hindered by her inability to score. After the Opals lost to New Zealand for the first time in early 2008, McInerny was dropped from Australian team. In November 2008, McInerny stated that the disappointment of missing out on selection for three Olympic Games (2000 in Sydney, 2004 in Athens and 2008 in Beijing), dampened her enthusiasm and motivation for the game. After missing out on Opals selection for the 2008 Olympic Games, McInerny announced her retirement from WNBL competition at the end of 2008/09 season.
There were few similarities to the books written by McInerny, with the principal character even changing his name (in the novels, he was Roger Dowling), while the setting was moved from a rural parish in the small town of Fox River to the city of Chicago - a setting which was borrowed from another series of novels by McInerny, concerning a Chicago nun. For TV, the nun changed her name, became streetwise, lost many years of age, and metamorphosed into Father Dowling's youthful assistant.
Ralph Matthew McInerny (February 24, 1929 – January 29, 2010) was an American author and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. McInerny was a Roman Catholic and the creator of the popular Father Dowling Mysteries books. He sometimes wrote under the pseudonyms of Harry Austin, Matthew FitzRalph, Ernan Mackey, Edward Mackin and Monica Quill. He died of esophageal cancer on January 29, 2010.
It is based on characters created by Ralph McInerny in a series of mystery novels; but neither the pilot TV movie nor the subsequent regular season episodes are actual adaptations of any of McInerny's stories.
Ağca's shooting of the Pope and possible KGB involvement is featured in Tom Clancy's 2002 novel, "Red Rabbit", and Frederick Forsyth's novel, "The Fourth Protocol". He has also been mentioned in the book, "The Third Revelation", by Ralph McInerny.
As the founder of the so-called Laval School of philosophy, De Koninck was the mentor of many philosophers, including Ralph McInerny, who published an English translation of De Koninck's collected works.
Nicholas J. Theos became principal in 1973. He established the BEHS endowment fund in 1985. In 1990, Rev. Msgr. Lawrence B. McInerny became the third B.E. graduate named as Rector of the school.
This series was first broadcast weekly at 9pm from 7 September to 5 October 2007. Episodes 1, 2 and 5 were written by Jonathan Myerson, episode 3 by Nicholas McInerny and episode 4 by Mike Harris. The series was produced and directed by Clive Brill.
Kenneth Sayre has explored the history of the Philosophy department. He stresses the abandonment of official Thomism to the philosophical pluralism of the 1970s, with attention to the issue of being Catholic. He pays special attention to the charismatic personalities of Ernan McMullin and Ralph McInerny, key leaders of the department in the 1960s and 1970s.
Papers by Thomas D. Sullivan and Russell Pannier (1-12), John Kronen (145-178), Russell Pannier and Thomas D. Sullivan (203-230), Jonathan J. Sanford (53-68), Robert Delfino (xiii-xv, 75-88) Peter Redpath (95-128), Daniel Novotny (179-192), and Joseph Seifert (21-46) Foreword by Ralph McInerny (11-12). Gracia's Responses: