Songs about Macneal:

songs6/8 Marches: Tug Argan Gap, MacNeals of Ugadale by William McCallum from the Album The World's Greatest Pipers


Books about Macneal:

booksMacNeal-Schwendler and ProStep launch development partnership.: An article from: Manufacturing Automation (Jul 28, 2005)

booksMr. Churchill's Secretary: A Novel Original Edition by MacNeal, Susan Elia [2012] (1112)

booksMr. Churchill's Secretary (Thorndike Press Large Print Superior Collection) by MacNeal, Susan Elia (2013) Paperback... by Susan Elia MacNeal (1011)

booksPrincess Elizabeth's Spy: A Maggie Hope Mystery by MacNeal, Susan Elia [2012] (1112)

booksMacneal's Master Atlas of Decision Making: A New Kind of Guide to the Maps People Use in Making Up Their Minds... by Edward MacNeal and Russell Joyner (Jun 1, 1997)

booksFrom bedside to board room: interviews with nurse COOs and CEOs (Part 1).(Bev Weber, RN, CEO, MacNeal Health Network... by Alison P. Smith (Jul 30, 2005)

booksBy Susan Elia MacNeal The Prime Minister's Secret Agent: A Maggie Hope Mystery by Susan Elia MacNeal (Jul 16, 2014)


Wiki information Macneal:

Mouth & MacNeal
Pop Artist, Musical Artist, Musical Group, Broadcast Artist

Mouth & MacNeal was a pop duo from the Netherlands. They are best known for their million selling recording of "How Do You Do" in 1972, which topped the Dutch chart and became a US top ten hit, and for representing the Netherlands at the 1974...

Maggie MacNeal
Pop Artist, Musician, Person, Musical Artist

Maggie MacNeal is a Dutch singer. MacNeal had released one solo single before teaming up with Willem Duyn, a cover of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" written by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong made famous by Marvin Gaye, was produced by Hans...