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Jackie Mcglew

define terms such as 'centre' and 'campus' - arose from a scientist's passion for order and definition.

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(2) Jackie McGlew
Derrick John ('Jackie ') McGlew (1929-98).
(2) Jackie McGlew (4) Ronald MacMillan
(2) Jackie McGlew. (4) Ronald MacMillan. Page 2.
(3) John Didcott (5) Christopher Cresswell Photographs 1, 2, 3 and 6
OCR Document
The Forgotten One Day Match – Johannesburg 1967
two books written in English about the 1966-67 tour, Jackie McGlew's Six For Glory, and Dick.

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Proteas back from the dead
The first wicket partnership for the Wanderers of 176, set by Jackie McGlew and Trevor Goddard in 1957, seemed certain to fall until Vernon Philander dismissed Hughes for 88 (111 balls, 14 fours) two runs short of that landmark.

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Jackie McGlew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jackie McGlew | South Africa Cricket | Cricket Players and Officials
Jackie McGlew died from a blood disorder in Pretoria on June 9, 1998, aged 69. Jackie McGlew became synonymous with South African cricket in the 1950s.
Obituary: Jackie McGlew - Arts & Entertainment - The Independent
Jun 11, 1998 ENGLAND'S PRESENT tourists, South Africa, will mourn the death of one of their country's great cricketers.
Jackie McGlew | Facebook
Jackie McGlew | Cricket365 | Stats & Records | International
Full Name: Jackie McGlew. Date of birth: 11 Famed for his patient approach, McGlew played a starring role in some of the slowest innings in cricket.

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