MCALL

AcronymDefinition
MCALLMercer County American Legion League (New Jersey)
MCALLMultimedia Computer-Assisted Language Learning Project (Indiana University; Bloomington, IN)
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McAll, from Waterloo Road, Whitley Bay, admitted causing serious injury by dangerous driving in March.
Who's reading: The majority of mcall.com's users are from the Lehigh Valley, Williams says.
The Tribune sites supplying the news and headlines are chicagotribune.com, latimes.com, newsday.com, orlandosentinel.com, The Baltimore Sun's sunspot.net, South Florida Sun-Sentinel's sun-sentinel.com, The Hartford Courant's ctnow.com, Allentown, Pa.'s The Morning Call's mcall.com, and Hampton Roads, Va.'s Daily Press' dailypress.com.
Muszinski, "Class Formation and Class Consciousness: The Making of Shoreworkers in the BC Fishing Industry," Studies in Political Economy, 20 (1986), 85-116; Nicos Poulantzas, Classes in Contemporary Capitalism (London 1979); Christopher McAll, Class, Ethnicity and Social Inequality (Montreal 1990); Bryan Palmer, "Listening to History Rather than Historians: Reflections on Working Class History," Studies in Political Economy, 20 (1986), 77.
The award was presented by BT director Brenda McAll and crowned a glittering night for the Birmingham Post & Mail group.
Batting first, City amassed 110-2 from their 20 overs as Tom Reynolds (21) and Gabriel MCall (20 not out) offered Barrie support.
Det Chief Insp Jim McAll said: "Northumbria Police continues to target criminals with cash forfeitures and confiscation orders to ensure the money and assets they have gained through criminal activities are paid back.
Examples of such work include Isajiw, Sev'er, and Driedger (1993), McAll (1990), and Tepperman (1975).