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Mackenzie, Queensland
... Mackenzie is a small suburb located in the south-east of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia ... Mount Petrie is located in Mackenzie ... one school, Mount Petrie State School and a single petrol station located in Mackenzie ...
Linda Howard - Bibliography - MacKenzie Family Saga Series
... MacKenzie's mountain (1989) MacKenzie's mission (1992) MacKenzie's pleasure (1996) MacKenzie's magic (1996) A game of chance (2000) ...
Paris 1878 Chess Tournament
... The participation of George Henry Mackenzie and James Mason made it the first intercontinental tournament in Europe ... Mackenzie defeated Henry Edward Bird twice in the struggle for the fourth place ... Winawer (500 F + one vase), Joseph Henry Blackburne (1500 F), Mackenzie (1000 F), Bird (500 F), and the ill Adolf Anderssen (200 F) ...
Lord Lieutenant Of Ross-shire
... Francis Mackenzie, 1st Baron Seaforth 17 March 1794 – 11 January 1815 Sir Hector Mackenzie, 4th Baronet 29 September 1815 – 26 April 1826 Sir James Wemyss Mackenzie, 5th Baronet 1 May 1826 – 8 March 1843 Col ... Davidson 18 February 1879 – 18 September 1881 Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, 6th Baronet 2 December 1881 – 15 May 1891 Mackenzie became Lord Lieutenant of Ross and Cromarty ...
Philip Charles Mac Kenzie - Career
... MacKenzie made his on-screen debut in Sidney Lumet's 1975 crime drama Dog Day Afternoon ... MacKenzie guest starred on such shows as Three's Company, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Lou Grant (which co-starred his future Brothers castmate, Robert Walden), The Love Boat, The Facts of Life, and WKRP in Cincinnati ... That same year, MacKenzie was cast in the pilot of a series proposed for NBC's 1980 fall schedule, The Six O'Clock Follies, a period piece set in 1967 Saigon ...

Famous quotes containing the word mackenzie:

    People sometimes tell me that they prefer barbarism to civilisation. I doubt if they have given it a long enough trial. Like the people of Alexandria, they are bored by civilisation; but all the evidence suggests that the boredom of barbarism is infinitely greater.
    —Kenneth MacKenzie Clark, Baron of Saltwood (1903–1983)

    Rarely do American parents deliberately teach their children to hate members of another racial, religious, or nationality group. Many parents, however, communicate the prevailing racial attitudes to their children in subtle and sometimes unconscious ways.
    —Kenneth MacKenzie Clark (20th century)