As a comparative anatomist, maclean viewed animal behaviors as evolutionary adaptations of the brain.
By 1951, maclean was head of the American department of the Foreign Office, with access to the US Atomic Energy Commission.
“He was living in Tennessee, working for a moving company [when Caylee was conceived],” says maclean.
Any public attention had been on his possible role in tipping off Burgess and maclean.
Crippled by grief, maclean says she forgot about the conversation about a granddaughter.
Mr. Edward Stanhope was put in communication with Mr. maclean and nothing was neglected to induce him to persist.
Beauregard's plan was to cross at maclean's and fall upon the Federal left.
maclean's observations, with some trifling exceptions, correspond with mine.
She was instigated to the deed by the wife of maclean of Duart.
Mr. maclean is at the present moment alive, and is now serving as a lieutenant in the coast-guard.