Malcolm MacDonald

[disambiguation] Malcolm MacDonald (1901–1981) was a British politician and diplomat. Malcolm (or Malky) MacDonald (or Macdonald, McDonald) is the name of: ...
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Malcolm MacDonald

[baseball] Malcolm MacDonald was an outfielder in Major League Baseball. He played for the New York Giants in 1902. ...
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Malcolm MacDonald

[composer] Malcolm MacDonald (1916–1992) was a British composer. Probably his best-known work is the Cuban Rondo for clarinet and orchestra written in 1960. He contributed to The Gramophone journal. ...
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Malcolm MacDonald

[Canadian politician] Malcolm MacDonald (July 10, 1836 – September 23, 1902) was a merchant, ship owner, shipbuilder and political figure on Prince Edward Island. He represented 3rd Kings in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island from 1900 to 1902 as a Liberal. He was born in Uigg, Prince Edward Island, the son of Donald MacDona...
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Malcolm MacDonald

[music critic] Malcolm MacDonald (also known by the alias Calum MacDonald) was a British author, mainly writing about music. He was born in Nairn, Scotland on 26 February 1948 and educated at the Royal High School, Edinburgh and Downing College, Cambridge; he lived in England from 1971 until his death, first in London and from 1992 in Glouc...
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Malcolm MacDonald

Malcolm John MacDonald OM, PC (17 August 1901 – 11 January 1981) was a British politician and diplomat. ==Background== MacDonald was the son of former Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald and Margaret MacDonald. Like his father he was born in Lossiemouth, Moray. Similarly, he was initially a Labour Member of Parliament (MP) who then joined the Nation...
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Malcolm Macdonald

Malcolm Ian Macdonald (born 7 January 1950) is a former English footballer nicknamed Supermac, famed for scoring goals for Luton Town, Newcastle United and Arsenal. ==Football career== Born in Fulham, London, Macdonald started out as a full back before switching to centre forward. After signing from Tonbridge Angels Bobby Robson paid £1,000 to si...
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Malcolm MacDonald

[tennis] Malcolm MacDonald was an American tennis player. He competed in the men`s singles and doubles events at the 1904 Summer Olympics. ...
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