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Menzies is a Scottish surname. It is probably derived, like its Gaelic form Méinnearach, from the Norman name Mesnières.

Usage examples of "menzies".

Hugo Menzies, chairman of the Anthropology Department, dressed elegantly and with less than the usual degree of academic rumpledness, entered the room.

It was only Hugo Menzies, chairman of the Anthropology Department and her immediate boss.

Wicherly, with various additions by Kelly and Menzies, and the end result was good.

As soon as he left, she would call Menzies and suggest he order Wicherly home for the day.

Despite her difficulties with the script and the French language, she found herself becoming absorbed in the story Menzies had briefly touched on in the tomb the day before.

Much as she liked Menzies, much as she appreciated this break in the monotony, she needed to rest.

She stared at Menzies, unable to wrap her mind around what he was saying.

As she lay paralyzed, Margo saw Menzies turn and hasten from the room, heard his faint yelling for a nurse.

Nora realized he must be the director Randall Loftus, whom Menzies had recently spoken to her about.

It was a public relations coup that Menzies himself had worked hard to arrange.

Hugo Menzies, magnificent in white tie and tails, mounted a podium next to the orchestra.

Hugo Menzies had guided the overall project with a subtle and sure hand, while proving equally clever with the nuts and bolts of bringing the show together.

The agent was still holding Viola in his embrace, his hands resting on her shoulders, but again, his gaze had darted toward the darkness into which Hugo Menzies had vanished.

For more detailed analysis of the role played by Faibish, Menzies, and Johnston, see Chapter 14.

The question had probably never been considered by Diefenbaker but Hamilton, aided by Faibish, Menzies and Johnston, established an important theory to justify such expenditures.