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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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A thrilled Ms Kerr said: "I am delighted and honoured to be appointed as a deputy lieutenant of Moray and very much look forward to working in support of Grenville Johnston.
Grenville was built in 1997 with 64 beds and also offers dementia care.
? Grenville Millington led the Chester FC sponsored walk on Saturday, March 17
Grenville Road was reportedly cordoned off as the operation came to a head with the suspect's arrest at around 11.20pm.
Saying that Asian central banks could consider moves based on desperation by authorities in Japan, Grenville said that the proper response, however, is to 'keep calm and carry on.'
Some metal fabrication companies are acting illegally, placing their customers at risk of prosecution, according to John Grenville, managing director of leading multi-specialist engineering contractor ECEX.
Which 20th century writer had the first names Pelham Grenville? 10.
Synopsis: Grenville Clark ((November 5, 1882--January 13, 1967) was born to wealth and privilege in Manhattan, where his maternal grandfather, LeGrand Bouton Cannon, was an industry titan, retired Civil War colonel, and personal friend of Abraham Lincoln.
Today Jessica Flynn has searched for fallen servicemen who lived in Waterloo Road, Deri Road, Stallcourt Avenue, Grenville Road and Trafalgar Road, Cardiff.
Stoke-On-Trent, United Kingdom, January 21, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Grenville Engineering (Stoke-on-Trent) Ltd, the leading complete fabrication solution provider celebrates its 30 year anniversary.
Luise Solmitz' diary will be known to many students of the Nazi period, but no one has made such good use of her material and contradictions as Grenville. Alongside a variety of diaries, published and unpublished, state archives also held all sorts of treasures.