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Definitions

  1. Chamberlain was the eldest son of the second marriage of Joseph Chamberlain, Lord Mayor of Birmingham, and a half-brother to Austen, later Sir Austen.
  2. Chamberlain is the first case in which the court articulated the rule, but there is no reason to believe that the rule represented a change from prior law.
  3. Chamberlain was determined to stay in power, and most of the massive Tory majority in the House of Commons seemed determined to support him.
  4. Chamberlain is also credited with excluding the Soviet Union from negotiations at Munich.
  5. Chamberlain was succeeded by Andrew Bonar Law, whose views and intentions he had divined the evening before the vote at a private meeting.

Second

  1. In a game against the Toronto Raptors in 2006 Bryant scored 81 points, second only to Wilt Chamberlain 's 100-point game.

Publicly

  1. Publicly, Chamberlain insisted upon the separation of civil and military authority, insisting that the conduct of the war be left to the generals.

Parliament

  1. The discussions here fell through, however, as Hitler made new demands that Chamberlain was not able to defend in Parliament.
  2. The position of Lord Chamberlain, traditionally the channel of communications between the monarch and Parliament, dates from the Middle Ages.

Speech

  1. On 6 October 1903, Chamberlain opened the campaign with a speech at Glasgow.

War Office

  1. In private, Chamberlain was critical of the British Army's military performance and was often vexed by the attitude of the War Office.

York Knicks

  1. Bryant's feat is second only to Chamberlain, who scored 100 points in a game for the Philadelphia Warriors in 1962 against the New York Knicks.
  2. He scored 71 points against the New York Knicks in 1960, a league record broken by Wilt Chamberlain in 1962.

Years Chamberlain

  1. In later years Chamberlain was excoriated for his role as one of the Men of Munich - perhaps most famously in the 1940 squib Guilty Men.

Sudeten German Grievances

  1. Chamberlain believed that Sudeten German grievances were just and that Hitler's intentions were limited.

Ryan Chamberlain

  1. One year after introducing the character Dr. Ryan Chamberlain on General Hospital, Jon Lindstrom created the role of Dr. Kevin Collins, his twin brother.

Tarentius Imperial Chamberlain

  1. Honorius appointed Tarentius imperial chamberlain, and gave the next post under him to Arsacius.

Bonar Law

  1. Bonar Law led the victorious rebels, and thus ousted both Chamberlain as Party Leader and Lloyd George as Prime Minister.

Camerlenghi

  1. Camerlenghi) (Italian for "Chamberlain") is an official of the Papal court.

Colonel Joshua

  1. Five times or more Oates and his Alabamians surged forward trying to dislodge Colonel Joshua L. Chamberlain and his men from their line along the ledges.

Imperial Preference

  1. Publicly, Chamberlain claimed that Balfour's stance was the precursor to a fuller policy of Imperial Preference.

Clyde Wiegand

  1. Two key members of his Los Alamos team Owen Chamberlain and Clyde Wiegand joined him, Chamberlain on the faculty and Wiegand as a laboratory staff scientist.

Operation Chamberlain

  1. However, they explained that under a project known as Operation Chamberlain the US military was constantly monitoring the line by air.

Camerlengo

  1. Camerlengo (plural: camerlenghi, Italian for " Chamberlain ") is a title of various officials of the Papal court.

Colonial Secretary

  1. The Colonial Secretary, Joseph Chamberlain, proposed that the Jubilee be made a festival of the British Empire.
  2. Though Chamberlain had been taken aback by the Cabinet's u-turn, the Colonial Secretary prepared to surprise his colleagues in return.

Lord Great Chamberlain

  1. Since 1626 the Barony of Willoughby de Eresby has been associated with office of Lord Great Chamberlain.

Houston Stewart Chamberlain

  1. Rosenberg built on the works of Arthur de Gobineau, Houston Stewart Chamberlain, and Madison Grant, as well as the beliefs of Hitler.

Matt Chamberlain

  1. Additional personnel: Patrick Warren (celeste, harpsichord, organ, chamberlain); Pino Palladino (bass); Matt Chamberlain (drums, tambourine).

British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain

  1. Seventy years ago this month, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain flew to Germany to meet Adolf Hitler once, twice and then a third time.

Shared

  1. In June 1936 he organised a deputation of senior Conservatives who shared his concern to see Baldwin, Chamberlain and Halifax.
  2. His work was recognized by the award (shared with Sir Austen Chamberlain) of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1925.
  3. Richard Chamberlain, shared in an interview, that he nearly gave up acting after making this film.

Owen Chamberlain

  1. In 1955, Segre and Owen Chamberlain succeeded in producing and identifying the antiproton, for which they shared the Nobel Prize for physics in 1959.
  2. He was best known for the co-discovery of the antiproton in 1955, along with Owen Chamberlain, Emilio Segre, and Clyde Wiegand.

Neville Chamberlain

  1. Hitler with (from left to right) Neville Chamberlain, Édouard Daladier, Benito Mussolini, and Galeazzo Ciano pictured before signing the Munich Agreement.
  2. Neville Chamberlain A eulogy for Neville Chamberlain, a former prime minister of Great Britain who died in 1940.

Post

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Lord Chamberlain

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  2. The precedence of other officers - the Lord Great Chamberlain, Earl Marshal, Lord Steward, and Lord Chamberlain - is based on the degree of their peerage.
  3. It was told that the approval of the Lord Chamberlain would be required if they wanted to do it on other than appointed "flag flying days".

London

  1. Until recently, the Lord Chamberlain also had the role of licenser of plays in the City of London, Westminster, and certain other areas.

Father

  1. He was the father of Sir Austen Chamberlain (1863 – 1937) and Neville Chamberlain (1869 – 1940).
  2. These ideas stemmed from his father, Joseph Chamberlain.

Support

  1. He nevertheless seems to have enjoyed some support from the emperor, likely aided by Eudoxia with whom the grand chamberlain had close ties.
  2. However, there are several arguments that support the idea that Wilt Chamberlain is the greatest player.

Replacement

  1. British discontent over the Norwegian campaign led to the replacement of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain by Winston Churchill on May 10, 1940.
  2. He was recommended as a replacement by drummer Matt Chamberlain.

Norway

  1. However, Chamberlain and the rest of the War Cabinet disagreed, and the operation was delayed until the successful German invasion of Norway.

California

  1. Matt Chamberlain (born April 17, 1967 in San Pedro, California) is one of the world's most widely-heard session drummers.

University

  1. In 1946, after the war, Chamberlain continued with his doctoral studies at the University of Chicago under legendary physicist Enrico Fermi.
  2. The antiproton and antineutron were found by Emilio Segrè and Owen Chamberlain in 1955 at the University of California, Berkeley.

Pope

  1. The chamberlain would then pick up a silver hammer and strike the Pope on the head and repeat his question, "Are you dead?" Again there would be no reply.

Honor

  1. Adams was nominated for an Oscar for best actor in a supporting role for Twilight of Honor (1963; with Richard Chamberlain).

April

  1. April 5, 1984 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar became highest-scoring player in NBA history with 31,421 career points (31,421); Wilt Chamberlain (31,419).

October

  1. Until the campaign's closure in October, Chamberlain launched vociferous attacks on those in opposition to the proposals of the Radical Programme.
  2. LeGrange elaborates: the decree appointing Mahler to the directorship was dated 8 October and signed by the Lord Chamberlain on 15 October.

Battle

  1. George Greene and his role but all who read about the battle know of Col.'s Vincent and Chamberlain.

Receiving

  1. Chamberlain received from Grant the honor of receiving the formal surrender of General Lee's veterans at Appomattox Court House on April 12, 1865.
  2. He was joined in 1948 by Owen Chamberlain, who was appointed to the faculty after receiving his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago.

First

  1. First, he met with British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and threatened to go to war if he did not receive the territory.
  2. After his playing career, he coached the Warriors to a 95-59 winning record for the first two seasons of Wilt Chamberlain 's NBA career.

Published

  1. In July 1885, the Radical Programme, the first campaign handbook in British political history was published, with the preface written by Chamberlain himself.
  2. He published a biography of Joseph Chamberlain.

League

  1. Chamberlain had led the league in scoring in his first five NBA seasons with the Warriors, and he did so again in his first season with the 76ers.

State

  1. Having succeeded in this post he was controversially appointed as Secretary of State for War in 1937 under Neville Chamberlain.
  2. Joseph Chamberlain, then Secretary of State for the Colonies, issued a proclamation confirming the name to be official in 1897.

Court

  1. John brought his younger brothers into the court and there the empress Zoe became enamoured of Michael, who became her chamberlain.

Trade

  1. In 1968, Clark was part of the trade (together with Darrall Imhoff and Jerry Chambers) that brought Wilt Chamberlain to the Lakers.

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  3. Society > Politics > Government > Prime Minister
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  5. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Birmingham

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