The surname McElveen has Gaelic origins (Mac Giolla Mhin, or 'one who was gentle') from the County Down area of Ireland, where it was also spelled Elveen and Kilvenn. In Ireland, the earliest peoples began using last names (patronymics) and often added Mac to their father's name.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Thursday, October 16, 2008
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Think positively and use the negative double, which is made by responder after partner's opening one-bid has been overcalled in a suit by the next player. Its primary aim is to find a fit in an unbid major.
Your curiosity and zest for learning will lead to more travel in the year ahead. You're not likely to simply wander about; you'll have a specific learning experience in mind.
DEAR DR. GOTT: It seems to me that every time I get a cold, someone tells me to sweat it out with exercise. Is this a good idea, or is rest and plenty of fluids the way to go?
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Wednesday, October 15, 2008
LOS ANGELES - Residents of the San Fernando Valley woke up Wednesday to brilliant blue skies mostly free of smoke and ash for the first time in four days.
BOSTON - Carla Souza was a dutiful member of the Mormon church, hosting dinner meetings at her house, taking care of children in the nursery school and going out with missionaries to spread the word about her faith.
EL PASO, Texas - Mexican officials are trying to persuade Americans to visit Ciudad Juarez, touting the city in a new billboard campaign as a ''land of encounters.'' But on this side of the border, that sounds like a cruel joke.
Singer Willie Nelson said, "Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results."
In the year ahead, you might become closely involved with a unique person who is extremely selective as to whom he or she shares time with. Although this individual won't be your only friend, the relationship will produce unusual benefits.
DEAR DR. GOTT: Your practical approach to treatment has been very attractive and helpful. Keep up the good work.
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