McCarthy may refer to:

  • McCarthy (surname) (article includes many notable persons with this surname)
  • McCarthy, Alaska, United States
  • McCarthy (band), an indie pop band
  • Château MacCarthy, a Bordeaux wine
  • McCarthy Tétrault, a Canadian law firm
  • McCarthy evaluation, programming-language semantics also called short-circuit evaluation, named after John McCarthy (computer scientist)

Other articles related to "mccarthy":

Thomas Mc Carthy (Syracuse Politician) - Biography
... Born in Cork, County Cork, Ireland, son of Dennis McCarthy and Elizabeth McSweeney, he was bound as an apprentice draper in Dublin at the age of 14 ... went to the United States with his brother John McCarthy ... McCarthy settled in Salt Point, Onondaga County, New York where he opened a small store and manufactured salt ...
List Of Cork Hurlers - M
... Finbarr's 1970 1969, 1970, 1972, 1975 Charlie McCarthy 1946 St. 1977, 1978 1966, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Gerald McCarthy 1945 St. 1978 1966, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Justin McCarthy 1945 Passage 1966 1966, 1969, 1972 Niall McCarthy 1982 Carrigtwohill 2004, 2005 2003, 2005, 2006 Seánie McCarthy ...
A Bolt From The Blue And Other Essays
... of essays and reviews by Mary McCarthy ... Although McCarthy was best known for her novels and memoirs, this collection, which spans from the 1930s to the 1970s, illuminates her prowess as a prolific essayist and critic ... The essays include McCarthy's commentary on topics ranging from American realist playwrights to women's fashion magazines, from left-wing politics to the ...
Paul Mc Carthy (disambiguation)
... Paul McCarthy (born 1945) is an American contemporary artist ... Paul McCarthy may also refer to Paul McCarthy (footballer born 1971), Irish footballer who plays for Ebbsfleet United Paul McCarthy (footballer born 1985 ...

Famous quotes containing the word mccarthy:

    A wholly materialistic city is nothing but a dream incarnate. Venice is the world’s unconscious, a miser’s glittering hoard, guarded by a Beast whose eyes are made of white agate, and by a saint who is really a prince who has just slain a dragon.
    —Mary McCarthy (1912–1989)

    The American, if he has a spark of national feeling, will be humiliated by the very prospect of a foreigner’s visit to Congress—these, for the most part, illiterate hacks whose fancy vests are spotted with gravy, and whose speeches, hypocritical, unctuous, and slovenly, are spotted also with the gravy of political patronage, these persons are a reflection on the democratic process rather than of it; they expose it in its process rather than of it; they expose it in its underwear.
    —Mary McCarthy (1912–1989)

    Combativeness was, I suppose, the dominant trait in my grandmother’s nature. An aggressive churchgoer, she was quite without Christian feeling; the mercy of the Lord Jesus had never entered her heart. Her piety was an act of war against Protestant ascendancy. ...The teachings of the Church did not interest her, except as they were a rebuke to others ...
    —Mary McCarthy (1912–1989)