Mac Eoin Bissett family
The history of the Bissett family (also spelled Byset, Bysete, Bisset, Byssede, Biseid, Myssett) in Ireland can be studied independently from that of the originally identical family in Scotland, because of their unique experience following their arrival in Ulster in the early or mid-13th century. H...
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Vietnamese clan that established a dynasty ruling the Tonkin area of northern Vietnam from 1527 to 1592.[2 related articles]
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The MacBook family is a range of Macintosh notebook computers by Apple Inc. that merged the PowerBook and iBook lines during Apple`s transition to Intel processors. The first model released under this family was the MacBook Pro, which was announced on 10 January 2006 at the Macworld Expo. The consu...
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Roger Machado The Machado family refers to the lineage of Brazilian mixed martial artists and Grapplers. They are known for being the founders of RCJ Machado Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. They are also known for their success in Pan American Games, Rio De Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championships, Brazilian Jiu...
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John MacMahon, an Irish doctor born in Limerick, was naturalised in France in 1749 and married Charlotte Le Belin, Dame d`Eguilly, on 13 April 1750. The same year he was created Marquis d`Eguilly by King Louis XV. His son, the second Marquis, served in the American War of Independence and was a fou...
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MacMhuirich bardic family
The MacMhuirich bardic family, known in Scottish Gaelic as Clann MacMhuirich and Clann Mhuirich, was a prominent family of bards and other professionals in 15th to 18th centuries. The family was centred in the Hebrides, and claimed descent from a 13th century Irish bard who, according to legend, wa...
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In historical linguistics, a macro-family, also called a superfamily or phylum, is defined as a proposed genetic relationship grouping together language families (also isolates) in a larger scale clasification.However, Campbell regards this term as superfluous, preferring language family for those ...
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