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Dawes

Charles Gates. 1865--1951, US financier, diplomat, and statesman, who devised the Dawes Plan for German reparations payments after World War I; vice president of the US (1925--29); Nobel peace prize 1925
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Married with three daughters, Mr Dawes went on to work in industry, for Walkers Crisps, at Peterlee, then the large US consulting company AT Kearney and, finally, in private equity with a part of Prudential.
Dawes further expressed his sympathy on Dawes, stating it to be shattering news and showed his optimism of Dawes' return.
Caption: By James Dawes Published by Harvard University Press, $25.
Three-time Olympian Dawes is the first African American gymnast to win a gold medal and only American gymnast to win team medals in three different Olympic Games.
Mr Dawes is an avid Chelsea fan, having been a steward at the club in the past, so a season ticket is also on the shopping list.
Dave and Angela Dawes who won more than Au101 million in the EuroMillions draw have revealed it was only the third time they had played the lottery.
Ms Dawes, 43, said: "It's an excessive amount of money but we intend to make our friends and family millionaires.
While Spanish prosecutors prepare to try the Midland man for smuggling and distributing narcotics, reports of links have emerged between Dawes and a nephew of President Karzai.
Legg of Whitinsville and family friend, Rebecca Lizotte; a brother, Melvin Dawes of FL; three sisters: Carol Legere of Leominister, Lillian Bradley of FL, and Marion Peters of Worcester; two grandchildren: Kaitlyn and Andrew; and nieces and nephews.
WALES and Lions centre legend John Dawes has warned Welsh rugby Gavin Henson must be left alone because pressuring him into a premature return will only derail his career further.
LONDON, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Richard Dawes Fine Wine, wholesale wine trader, is embarking on an exciting alliance with Liv-ex, the leading exchange for fine wine.
A central figure in this transition was Andrew Sidney Dawes, a decorated World War I officer and corporate leader from Montreal, who was first recruited into sport at the national level by the skiing federation, later by the Canadian Olympic community at large, and finally by the International Olympic Committee, on which he served for more than twenty years.