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Churchill, John:

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, 1650–1722, English general and statesman, one of the greatest military commanders of history.
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Johnny's remarks are in John Churchill, Canvas, 89.
The festival truly showcases the value of the public's investment in higher education by the people of Wisconsin," said Phi Beta Kappa Secretary John Churchill, head of its National Office in Washington, D.
THE CHURCHILLS Channel 4, 8pm There have been plenty of programmes about Winston Churchill's role as Prime Minister during the Second World War, but his one-million word, four-volume biography of his ancestor John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough, published between 1933 and 1938, often gets left off his list of achievements.
But less well known is John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, who led Britain and her allies against a 17th century would-be dictactor of Europe - the ing Louis XIV of France.
The Churchills is about one of the UK's greatest leaders, Winston, penning a biography of another great man: John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, a fearsome soldier who saved the country from French king Louis XIV.
Five fishermen from Bahrain have been released so far," South Asian Fishermen Fraternity secretary-general Father John Churchill told the GDN from India.
Falkner is a noted authority of the War of the Spanish Successions and the military career of John Churchill, the 1st Duke of Marlborough, and he has written this illustrated account of Churchill's military campaigns against the French from 1704 to 1711.
Martin Grubb, the club's coach and John Churchill are included in the veterans line-up.
John Churchill, Princes Street, Soho, London, 1847.
Sharks extended their lead through John Churchill to finish two goals clear by the close of the first session.
Eight miles from Oxford and just over an hour's drive down the M40 from Birmingham, Blenheim Palace was built on Queen Anne's orders for John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, in recognition of his victory at the Battle of Blenheim in 1704.