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Rangers Loan Report: Barrie McKay heats up with two goals in two matches

Barrie McKay, Morton:  McKay returned to the starting eleven this week & helped lead Morton to back-to-back victories to bring the club’s win total to five in their putrid season.   476 more words

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An Introduction to Data Blending – Part 1 (Introduction, Visual Analysis Life-cycle)

Readers:

Today I am beginning a multi-part series on data blending.

  • Parts 1, 2 and 3 will be an introduction and overview of what data blending is.
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Rangers Loan Report: McKay & McAusland left out of starting eleven, again

Greenock Morton have seen darker days. We'll be back.—
Andrew Ward (@AndrewWard74) March 29, 2014

Barrie McKay, Morton - The good news is that McKay made back-to-back appearances for last place Morton this week.  

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1st SCORER COMPETITION UPDATE...

ALBERTZ 11 EXTENDS LEAD

As the season moves towards it’s conclusion, ‘Albertz 11′ has now moved 11 points clear of nearest rival ‘QosInIraq’ at the head of the leaderboard. 14 more words

QOS 1st SCORER COMPETITION 2013-14

VIVA MEDIA Morton Subotnick's Making Music ( Windows/Macintosh )

Rhythm Games | VIVA MEDIA Morton Subotnick’s Making Music ( Windows/Macintosh )

Create, Play and Experience Making Music using only your mouse and imagination in this innovative software by world renowned composer Morton Subotnick. 20 more words

Rangers Loan Report: McKay & McAusland relegated to subs

Barrie McKay, Morton - after missing last week’s match with an ankle injury, McKay began the game with Hamilton Academical on the subs bench.   He did enter the match in the 67th minute but it wasn’t enough to spur Morton onto victory as they lost 4-3.   123 more words

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Exclusive update on status of Morton's Barrie McKay

Jonathan Mitchell of The Greenock Telegraph Andrew Ward who covers Morton for Scotzine have both confirmed that Kenny Shiels held Barrie McKay out of Morton’s last match because of an injury. 272 more words

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