37309, Bruce J. McColl, 15th Bn. Canadian Infantry (1st Central Ontario Regt.), C.E.F.: s. of the late John Duncan McColl, by his wife Alice (145, Central Avenue, London, Ontario): brother to L/Corpl. 27086, J.D. McColl, 15th Bn.
This is a comprehensive and highly emotive volume, borne of years of intensive research and many trips to the battlefields of the Great War. It seeks to humanise the Menin Gate Memorial (South), to offer the reader a chance to engage with the personal stories of the soldiers whose names have been chiseled there in stone. Poignant stories of camaraderie, tragic twists of fate and noble sacrifice have been collated in an attempt to bring home the reality of war and the true extent of its tragic cost. It is hoped that visitors to the battlefields, whether their relatives are listed within or not, will find their experience enriched by having access to this treasure trove of stories.
Release on 1882 | by Victoria. Parliament
Both honorable members were McColl— “ The gates keep the water from desirous that the Government should go on going into the creek . ” ) But the place constructing waterworks , and not allow the where the overflow occurred was not the ...
McColl was RELEASED A week later, walking out through the Wormwood Scrubs gates on a sunny mid-June afternoon. The days inside had felt appreciably longer once he knew he was getting out, and the sense of relief at finding himself on a ...
In the fourth and final installment of David Downing’s spy series, Jack McColl is sent to Soviet Russia, where the civil war is coming to an end. The Bolsheviks have won but the country is in ruins. With the hopes engendered by the revolution hanging by a thread, plots and betrayals abound. London, 1921: Ex–Secret Service spy Jack McColl is in prison serving time for assaulting a cop. McColl has been embittered by the Great War; he feels betrayed by the country that had sent so many young men to die needlessly. He can’t stomach spying for the British Empire anymore. He’s also heartbroken. The love of his life, radical journalist Caitlin Hanley, parted ways with him three years earlier so she could offer her services to the Communist revolution in Moscow. Then his former Secret Service boss offers McColl the chance to escape his jail sentence if he takes a dangerous and unofficial assignment in Russia, where McColl is already a wanted man. He would be spying on other spies, sniffing out the truth about MI5 meddling in a high-profile assassination plot. The target is someone McColl cares about and respects. The MI5 agent involved is someone he loathes. With the knowledge that he may be walking into a death trap, McColl sets out for Moscow, the scene of his last heartbreak. Little does he know that his mission will throw him back into Caitlin’s life—or that her husband will be one of the men he is trying to hunt down.
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Overgrown pocosin on S. C. 381 , south of McColl , brushy woodland . Plant 1.8 m . tall ; leaves entire , elliptic , glabrous , 5.3 to 9.3 cm ... Gates County , North Carolina . County road 1200 , north of Eure . Open pine - oak woods .
Just like my two Uncles of years gone by, I too eventually became unstuck! One day on the way home from school, a few of us boys, being adept climbers, made our way over the gates of Hendry's lemonade factory. We were in heaven!
This book is about the life and times of a Scottish actor, Iain McColl. Best know as "Tam" in City Lights and "Dodie" in Rab C. Nesbitt. Iain was brought up in Glasgow and left school at age 15 with no qualifications to his name. He worked at a seaweed factory, club bouncer and a scaffolder before gravitating towards acting. He left the Royal Scottish Academy with a Gold Medal in comedy and the rest is history! Iain loved to make people laugh and he certainly did this with style! Iain died on July 4th 2013 in the Beatson Hospital in Glasgow after a long fight with bone cancer. He was making people laugh right until the end. It was his wish that I complete this book for him.
The Turning of Waitey McColl A Native American Young Adult Experiences a Life altering Moment of Truth
Release on 2014-07-16 | by Howard Bryan Bonham
“Doggies, old Henry's at the Pearly Gates. We've got to get rid of him.” “Hold on,” Blake yelled, heading off what he perceived as a Choctaw conspiracy to takeover. “I'll pull off the road so we can talk.” He turned into a dilapidated ...
Waitey McColl is a bored Native American, working as a hotel night clerk, in the "Cherokee Badlands" of Oklahoma. The time is 1921. Late one night, the notorious outlaw Henry Starr sneaks in and introduces himself as Cousin Henry. Waitey is intimidated, but likes the handsome robber and silent film movie actor. Under duress, he allows the gang to rest-up. They leave in a stolen Stutz Bearcat at dawn, and rob a bank in Harrison, Ark. In the commotion of a wild getaway, they lose the posse and sneak through roadblocks back to the hotel, forcing Waitey to give them shelter. They take guests and Mary Jane Tenkiller, Waitey's sweetheart, captive. Desperate, he devises a code to get help from the town's iconic sheriff. With a hidden Colt 45 and wild shooting, Waitey holds off the bandits. After tense hours, he decides the sheriff is not coming. In a dramatic climax, he concocts another daring plan that will change his life forever.
Mathematics for Future Computing and Communications
Release on 2021-12-31 | by Liao Heng
Liao Heng, Bill McColl. A universal set of quantum gates, capable of approximating unitary transformations arbitrarily, can be applied to these qubits. Among these gates are the single qubit gates. These include the Pauli matrices: 0 ...
A panorama of new ideas in mathematics that are driving innovation in computing and communications.
Release on 2008 | by Gabrielle McColl
Gabrielle McColl , " Class Reunion Sketch , " May 17 , 1950 , written for her fiftieth Converse reunion , folder 180 , McColl Family Papers . 67. Ibid . 68. Green Gate Garden , catalog cover and foreword , 1930 ; " Green Gate Garden Is ...
A glimpse into what romance and marriage meant for a southern couple at the dawn of our modern age
Release on 1969 | by
Overgrown pocosin on S. C. 381 , south of McColl , brushy woodland . Plant 1.8 m . tall ; leaves entire , elliptic , glabrous , 5.3 to 9.3 cm ... Gates County , North Carolina County road 1200 , north of Eure . Open pine - oak woods .
McColl moved toward the window, the pale square growing lighter as his eyes grew accustomed to the dark. ... gates and a man standing beside it staring into the yard, as if unsure who or what had just come out of the sky.
Spring 1915: World War One rages across Europe, and the British Empire is assailed on all fronts—domestic and abroad. Amidst this bloodbath of nations, where one man’s flag is another man’s shroud, a British spy is asked to do the impossible: seduce and betray the woman he loves, again. Only this time betrayal is a two-way street. Jack McColl, a spy for His Majesty’s Secret Service, is stationed in India and charged with defending the Empire against Bengali terrorists and their German allies. Belgium, he finds, is not the only country seeking to expel an invader. In England, meanwhile, radical journalist Caitlin Hanley begins the business of rebuilding her life after the execution of her brother—an IRA sympathizer whose terrorist plot was foiled by Caitlin’s own ex-lover, the very same Jack McColl. The war is changing everything and giving fresh impulse to those causes—feminism, socialism and Irish independence—which she as a journalist has long supported. The threat of a rising in Dublin alarms McColl’s bosses as much as it dazzles Caitlin. If another Irish plot brings them back together, will it be as enemies or lovers?
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003 - Publisher: Rough Guides
European authors bring travelers the hidden highlights others miss, including the best values across the continent and insights into Europe's cultural, political, and contemporary life. of color photos. 103 maps.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003 - Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
This guide to Malta, Gozo and Comina includes: topographical walking maps; fold-out touring maps; many short walks and picnic suggestions - suitable for hot summer days and for those with young children; and an update service with specific route-change information.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-06-03 - Publisher: Rough Guides UK
With The Rough Guide to Crete discover the highlights of one of the most beautiful and hospitable islands, with stunning photography, detailed, colour-coded maps, suggested itineraries and more listings and reviews than ever before. You'll find detailed practical advice on the best places to stay, eat and drink, accounts of
Type: BOOK - Published: 2001 - Publisher: Rough Guides
The definitive handbook to one of the most spectacular Greek Islands. In-depth coverage of the great palace of Knossos and dozens of other Minoan, Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Venetian sights. Detailed accounts of the pick of the island's walks - including the Samarian and Imbros gorges - and the low-down
Authors: Lance Chilton, Marc S. Dubin, Mark Ellingham
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher: Rough Guides
The Rough Guide to the Greek Islands is an essential guide to the varied and beautiful archipelagos of the Aegean and Ionian seas. The guide includes a 24-page ''Things not to Miss'' section - a full-colour introduction to the islands'' highlights. There is in-depth coverage of all the islands, from