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Gladstone,

city (1990 pop. 26,243), Clay co., W Mo., a suburb surrounded by Kansas City; founded c.1878, inc. 1952. The city has diverse light industries.

Gladstone

William Ewart. 1809--98, British statesman. He became leader of the Liberal Party in 1867 and was four times prime minister (1868--74; 1880--85; 1886; 1892--94). In his first ministry he disestablished the Irish Church (1869) and introduced educational reform (1870) and the secret ballot (1872). He succeeded in carrying the Reform Act of 1884 but failed to gain support for a Home Rule Bill for Ireland, to which he devoted much of the latter part of his career
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Gladstone, the owner of Madison Equities, which was founded by his parents in the 1950s, originally wanted to be a writer or songwriter, He attended New York University, where he majored in English with minors in History and Art History.
This created a crisis in Anglo-Afghan relations which alarmed Gladstone who feared that Britain was going to repeat `the deadly error of the Afghan War'.
Its wonderful we are able to launch this years World Science Festival regional program in Gladstone, Ms Enoch said.
Bob Lipsey has been with Gladstone since 2013; he holds a JD and an LLM (tax), a CFP designation and has previously held FINRA 24 and 27 licenses.
Many of the articles in this collection explore Gladstone in relation to a single theme or topic.
Gladstone sat for no fewer than forty-five portraits, and 366 commercial photographic images of him were copyrighted between 1862 and 1901 (p.
In a postscript Paula Murphy recounts the history of the bronze statue of Gladstone, originally intended for Dublin but eventually installed at St Deiniol's.
That we were remembering William Gladstone was totally due to the outstanding work of Brenda Murray, who has worked her fingers to the bone raising the money to pay for an eight-foot bronze bust.
Prosecutors claim both Robinson and Gladstone set upon the victim after all three ended up at the same house party in Gateshead.
Originally built in 1870, the conservatory was named after Prime Minister William Gladstone, the city's most famous statesman.
Gladstone was born in Liverpool to evangelicals of Scottish origin.
Although the term "intellectual" had not yet entered the English language, Gladstone was an unapologetic intellectual who served four terms as Britain's prime minister, her greatest prime minister during the century of Britain's greatest power, before finally retiring from that office at age eighty-four.