Malcolm

Malcolm, Máel Coluim, or Maol Choluim may refer to:

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Malcolm - Places
... Malcolm, Maryland, community in Charles County Malcolm, Nebraska, village in Lancaster County Malcolm, Western Australia, an abandoned town in Western Australia ...
Battle Of Alnwick (1093) - Background
... It appears that Malcolm Canmore had ambitions regarding both Cumbria and Northumbria, and in May 1091 he invaded Northumbria and besieged Durham ... He advanced into Scotland with Malcolm retreating in front of his army ... The events leading up to the next invasion are unclear, but in November 1093, Malcolm led an army into Northumbria and began to besiege Alnwick ...
Lil The Dancer - Outsiders - Evelyn Marsh
... In reality, she is involved with a third man, Malcolm Sloan, who lives with the family under the guise of being her brother and acting as chauffeur, and the two have hatched ... Malcolm knocks James out and tries to persuade Evelyn to shoot him, concocting a story to cover the situation, but in the end Evelyn can't go through with it and she shoots Malcolm dead instead ...
Malcolm Mc Kenzie - Electoral Record
... Liberal Malcolm McKenzie 651 50.54% Conservative D ... Liberal Malcolm McKenzie 696 61.87% Conservative J ... Liberal Malcolm McKenzie 584 58.11% Conservative David J ...
Colin Wells (Spooks)
... he is shown to have great camaraderie with his older colleague and fellow technician Malcolm Wynn-Jones ... Like Malcolm, Colin works primarily on "The Grid," Section D's offices in Thames House, rather than in the field, with the exception of occasions when he ... Malcolm is distraught at the suggestion that for the time being they must not retaliate for Colin's murder, declaring, "He wasn’t just some geek who did crossword puzzles, he was my bloody best friend ...

Famous quotes containing the word malcolm:

    Every journalist who is not too stupid or too full of himself to notice what is going on knows that what he does is morally indefensible. He is a kind of confidence man, preying on people’s vanity, ignorance, or loneliness, gaining their trust and betraying them without remorse.
    —Janet Malcolm (b. 1934)