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Grenville

1. George. 1712--70, British statesman; prime minister (1763--65). His policy of taxing the American colonies precipitated the War of Independence
2. Sir Richard. ?1541--91, English naval commander. He was fatally wounded aboard his ship, the Revenge, during a lone battle with a fleet of Spanish treasure ships
3. William Wyndham, Baron Grenville, son of George Grenville. 1759-- 1834, British statesman; prime minister (1806--07) of the coalition government known as the "ministry of all the talents"
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Critique: Exceptionally well written and presented, "A Very Private Public Citizen: The Life of Grenville Clark" is an impressively detailed and documented biography which is strongly recommended for community and academic library American Biography collections in general, the Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Administration historical studies supplemental reading lists in particular.
According to Grenville, The acquisition will have a dramatic impact on its ability to enhance the value of its client services.
The Grenville was closed because the previous Lib Dem administration cut the funding.
Rank: Private Regiment: Welsh Regiment Age: 33 Date of death: 21-2-1917 Buried at: WimeReux Communal Cemetery Grenville Road Arthur Sidney Banbury Son of John and the late Mary Ann Banbury, of Cardiff; husband of Florence Mary Banbury, of 10 Grenville Road.
Grenville Engineering started its journey with five shop floor staff and a manual punch and strippit machine.
Without belabouring the point, Grenville also offers some powerful example of the way Jews themselves internalized their beleaguered status.
Grenville educated day and boarding students from junior kindergarten through Grade 12.
But despite the contract, Grenville runs the farm on a shoestring budget and struggles to find the cash to run the charity, with vets bills alone costing pounds 12,000 a year.
The 2006 Commonwealth Writers' Prize has been won by Australian author Kate Grenville for her novel The Secret River.
effective January, 1, 2005 Grenville Gold is set to begin drilling kimberlite targets this month in its search for diamonds on its Parkman Township property in northeastern Ontario.
Amongst her several publications are Census Records for the Ontario counties of Northumberland, Hastings, Prince Edward, and Leeds & Grenville, various dates, as well as 1895-1900 Birth Marriage and Death information from the Brighton Ensign, and Birth registrations for several of the same counties mentioned above.
Grenville Jackson, National Council's Director of Strategy and Learning Development, said, ``The Council recognises its customers as individuals, businesses and communities.