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Oral tradition and Gaelic scholars who have preserved these traditions from the Hebrides also reference the most disastrous war fought between the MacLeods and MacDonalds of Skye, culminating in the Battle of Coire Na Creiche, " when Donald Gorm Mor who handfasted a year and a day with Margaret MacLeod, a sister of Rory Mor of Dunvegan, expelled his mistress so ignominiously from Duntulm.
His son Alexander MacLeod is also a writer, whose debut short story collection Light Lifting was a Scotiabank Giller Prize finalist in 2010.
MacLeod and Mees believe the word means something like " supernatural sending ", and that this points to a connection to the Ragnhild Tregagás charm, where a valkyrie is also " sent forth ".
Singer Re Styles ( born Shirley Marie MacLeod ) ( vocals ) and ex-Santana percussionist Mingo Lewis were also fixtures for much of the band's early history.
* Gavin MacLeod as Captain Merrill Stubing, " Your Captain "; also playing Capt.
According to Clan MacLeod tradition, Leod inherited some of his lands from a foster father, who was a sheriff of the Hebridean island of Skye ; other lands he inherited from his father-in-law, who was also a lord on Skye.
MacLeod tradition also states that Leod was the father of four sons and two daughters.
MacLeod was also involved in the establishment of the Ontario Human Rights Commission in 1961.
Directed by Brian G. Hutton, who also directed the 1968 World War II adventure film Where Eagles Dare, the film stars Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas, Don Rickles, Carroll O ' Connor and Donald Sutherland, with secondary roles played by Harry Dean Stanton, Gavin MacLeod, and Stuart Margolin.
Brian MacLeod replaced Federico Gil Sola for the second album, and Kurt Herr left during the making of Between Two Words, to be replaced by Jeff Trott for their third album, Ten Women, which also charted in 1987.
William Sharp ( 12 September 1855 – 12 December 1905 ) was a Scottish writer, of poetry and literary biography in particular, who from 1893 wrote also as Fiona MacLeod, a pseudonym kept almost secret during his lifetime.
McCarty was the youngest and longest surviving member of the research team responsible for this feat ( known as the Avery-MacLeod-McCarty experiment ), which also included Oswald T. Avery and Colin MacLeod ; he died on January 2, 2005, from congestive heart failure.
Significant numbers of men from Clan Elphinstone, Clan Forbes, Clan Keith, Clan MacIntyre, Clan MacKenzie, Clan MacLean, Clan MacLeod of MacLeod, Clan MacLeod of Lewis, Clan MacTavish, Clan MacMillan, Clan Maxwell, Clan Ramsay, Clan Wemyss and a few members of the Clan Innes also joined the Jacobite army.
" MacLeod also reassured the reader that he, for one, never thought that Scotland were invincible, and claimed to be perfectly at peace with himself.
Hurlstone was also a successful portrait painter, one of his best heads being that of Richard, seventh earl of Cavan, exhibited at the Society of British Artists in 1833, and again, together with that of General Sir John MacLeod, at the National Portrait Exhibition of 1868.
When Cold Case premiered, the show's similarities to Cold Squad ( including but not limited to a tough female cop with dirty blonde hair leading a team investigating cold cases ) led Cold Squad creators Julia Keatley and Matt MacLeod to retain an intellectual property attorney to look into the situation ( CTV also aired Cold Case as well ).
It is also the fictional birthplace of Connor and Duncan MacLeod from the Highlander franchise.
LPP leader A. A. MacLeod lost his downtown Toronto seat of Bellwoods in this election and three other LPP candidates were also defeated.
During the war, MacLeod was one of many university-based scientists and physicians who advised the Federal government on medical matters “ when asked .” In 1941, he had been appointed Chairman of the Department of Microbiology at New York University ( NYU ) School of Medicine, and also worked as a consultant to the U. S. Secretary of War.
He usually fights with the sword that belonged to Connor MacLeod but also carries a boomerang he is quite skilled with.
When Duncan MacLeod meets him in 1995, Methos had not taken a head for roughly 200 years ; however, his sword skills were not diminished, although he admitted to be a little rusty, and later on also admitting he lacked the fire / passion to continue fighting at all.
" MacLeod also advises Richie to get used to her loss, because it " won't be the last time it happens to you.

MacLeod and appeared
Gavin MacLeod appeared in Rich Christiano's Time Changer, a movie about time travel and how the morals of society have moved away from the Bible.
The idea has appeared elsewhere ; in one of his novels, Ken MacLeod has characters explicitly mention ( and worry about encountering ) the " Langford Visual Hack ".
If he was shocked to see the owner of the store, Duncan MacLeod, coming at him with a Japanese sword and threatening to cut off his head, he was astounded when two more men appeared ( Connor MacLeod and Slan Quince ), also carrying swords, and all three seemed ready to use the weapons they carried.

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Gavin MacLeod ( born Allan George See, February 28, 1931 ) is an American actor notable for playing Joseph " Happy " Haines on McHale's Navy, Murray Slaughter on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Captain Merrill Stubing on The Love Boat.
During his time as the Captain on The Love Boat MacLeod " very selfishly " ( his words ) divorced his wife Patti.
On 28 February 2011, MacLeod celebrated his 80th birthday aboard The Golden Princess on Princess Cruises in Los Angeles, California.
* Archive of American Television Interview with Gavin MacLeod on Jan 3, 2003 on Google Video
This prediction has attracted debate and criticism from the AI research community, and some of its more notable members, such as Kevin Warwick, Bill Joy, Ken MacLeod, Ray Kurzweil, Hans Moravec, and Roger Penrose, have voiced their opinions on whether or not this future is likely.
Initially successful, the colonists were driven out by local forces commanded by Murdoch and Neil MacLeod, who based their forces on Bearasaigh in Loch Ròg.
On 15 April 1746, the day before the Battle of Culloden, at Dunrobin Castle, a party of the William Sutherland, 17th Earl of Sutherland ’ s militia conducted the last siege fought on the mainland of Great Britain against Jacobin members of clan MacLeod.
" Group members, Gilbert, David Baerwald and David Ricketts ( both formerly of David & David ), Bill Bottrell, Brian MacLeod, and Dan Schwartz share songwriting credits with Crow on her debut album, Tuesday Night Music Club.
Around 1952 Norman MacLeod at his company the Explosive Research Corporation began working on the concept of a small directional mine for use by infantry.
MacLeod applied for a patent for the mine on 18 January 1956 and was granted it in February 1961.
Other criminals and organized crime bosses on the islands were played by actors such as Ricardo Montalbán, Gavin MacLeod, and Ross Martin as Tony Alika.
They moved to Malang on the East side of the island of Java and had two children, Norman-John MacLeod ( 30 January 1897 – 27 June 1899 ) and Louise Jeanne MacLeod ( 2 May 1898 – 10 August 1919 ).
In September 1507, Torquil MacLeod was besieged at Stornoway Castle on Lewis.
Continuing the research done by Frederick Griffith in 1927, Avery worked with MacLeod and McCarty on the mystery of inheritance.
Following his At Last the 1948 Show, Feldman was given his own series on the BBC called Marty ( 1968 ); it featured Brooke-Taylor, John Junkin and Roland MacLeod, with Cleese as one of the writers.
When MacLeod was ten his family moved to a farm in Dunvegan, Inverness County on Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island.
* Alistair MacLeod reading from No Great Mischief on Live from Prairie Lights.
This still happens, in some communities where a surname is particularly common, for example on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland, many residents have the family name MacLeod ( son of Lewis ) and so may still be known by a surname symbolising their occupation such as ' Kevin the post ' and ' Kevin Handbag '
As of 2006 the hardest climb was graded E11: Rhapsody on Dumbarton Rock, climbed by Dave MacLeod, featured French 8c + climbing with the potential of a 20-metre fall onto a small wire.
In August 2008, MacLeod completed a new project close to Tower Ridge on Ben Nevis called ' Echo Wall '.

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