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Gordon, George,

earl of Huntly: see HuntlyHuntly, George Gordon, 4th earl of,
1514–62, Scottish nobleman. He was made lord high chancellor in 1546.
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I heard afterward that it was young George Gordon, the squire's only son, a fine, tall young man, and the pride of his family.
This was the culmination of a tremendous amount of work, done by a great team," commented George Gordon, director of sales and new business development, Moose Exhibits.
George Gordon was placed first in the teenage 75kg class and third in the men's 75kg class in the highly competitive push/ pull competition involving the bench press and deadlift.
1788: Lord Byron, English poet, was born George Gordon in London.
Before the case came before Liverpool Crown Court, Jones of Charlton Court, Prenton, repaid PS25,597 which covered what she had taken plus part of the cost of an accountant THIEF: Sandra Jones | Fake vicar conned disability charity TO outsiders George Gordon was an upstanding member of the community.
Meanwhile, long service medals were awarded to Keith Carmichael, Ponteland crew manager for 21 years, George Gordon, Berwick fire-fighter of 23 years, Richard Leighton, Berwick watch manager of 24 years, Craig Mole, Pegswood crew manager for 20 years, Guy Tiffin, Hexham watch manager for 22 years, Hexham firefighter John Wilkinson, who boasts 27 years of service, and Elizabeth Wright, fire control watch manager of 21 years, as well as corporate staff members Ron Wright, who has spent 35 years with the service, and Ian Clough who has 33 years under his belt, of which 17 were in Northumberland.
ATCO pursued this project with its local Aboriginal partner, the George Gordon First Nation (GGFN) as the K+S Potash Canada Legacy Project is located on the traditional lands of the GGFN.
WESTBOROUGH - George Gordon Dwyer, 87, of Fredericksburg, VA, formerly of Westborough, passed away quietly in his sleep on Tuesday, Mar.
There's no way we can keep up with population growth at the rate it's going by giving everyone a hamburger," says scientist David George Gordon.
At the finals Nathania chose to recite The Destruction of Sennacherib, by Lord George Gordon Byron and Originally, by Carol Ann Duffy, which she performed beautifully in front of a panel of guest judges from the world of poetry, acting and English teaching.
During this time, Lord George Gordon challenged the Papist Act of 1778, which discouraged discrimination against Britain's Catholic population.
Kwantlen First Nation (British Columbia), Lil'wat First Nation - Mount Currie Indian Band (British Columbia), Neskonlith Indian Band (British Columbia), Shxw'ow'hamel First Nation (British Columbia), Brokenhead Ojibway Nation (Manitoba), Algonquins of Pikwakanagan (Ontario), Shawanaga First Nation (Ontario), and George Gordon First Nation (Saskatchewan) will begin to develop their own land codes.