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- 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.
- 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.
- Chamberlain was determined to stay in power, and most of the massive Tory majority in the House of Commons seemed determined to support him.
- Chamberlain is also credited with excluding the Soviet Union from negotiations at Munich.
- Chamberlain was succeeded by Andrew Bonar Law, whose views and intentions he had divined the evening before the vote at a private meeting.
- In a game against the Toronto Raptors in 2006 Bryant scored 81 points, second only to Wilt Chamberlain 's 100-point game.
- Publicly, Chamberlain insisted upon the separation of civil and military authority, insisting that the conduct of the war be left to the generals.
- The discussions here fell through, however, as Hitler made new demands that Chamberlain was not able to defend in Parliament.
- The position of Lord Chamberlain, traditionally the channel of communications between the monarch and Parliament, dates from the Middle Ages.
- On 6 October 1903, Chamberlain opened the campaign with a speech at Glasgow.
- In private, Chamberlain was critical of the British Army's military performance and was often vexed by the attitude of the War Office.
- 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.
- He scored 71 points against the New York Knicks in 1960, a league record broken by Wilt Chamberlain in 1962.
- 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.
- Chamberlain believed that Sudeten German grievances were just and that Hitler's intentions were limited.
- One year after introducing the character Dr. Ryan Chamberlain on General Hospital, Jon Lindstrom created the role of Dr. Kevin Collins, his twin brother.
- Honorius appointed Tarentius imperial chamberlain, and gave the next post under him to Arsacius.
- Bonar Law led the victorious rebels, and thus ousted both Chamberlain as Party Leader and Lloyd George as Prime Minister.
- Camerlenghi) (Italian for "Chamberlain") is an official of the Papal court.
- 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.
- Publicly, Chamberlain claimed that Balfour's stance was the precursor to a fuller policy of Imperial Preference.
- 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.
- However, they explained that under a project known as Operation Chamberlain the US military was constantly monitoring the line by air.
- Camerlengo (plural: camerlenghi, Italian for " Chamberlain ") is a title of various officials of the Papal court.
- The Colonial Secretary, Joseph Chamberlain, proposed that the Jubilee be made a festival of the British Empire.
- Though Chamberlain had been taken aback by the Cabinet's u-turn, the Colonial Secretary prepared to surprise his colleagues in return.
- Since 1626 the Barony of Willoughby de Eresby has been associated with office of Lord Great Chamberlain.
- Rosenberg built on the works of Arthur de Gobineau, Houston Stewart Chamberlain, and Madison Grant, as well as the beliefs of Hitler.
- Additional personnel: Patrick Warren (celeste, harpsichord, organ, chamberlain); Pino Palladino (bass); Matt Chamberlain (drums, tambourine).
- Seventy years ago this month, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain flew to Germany to meet Adolf Hitler once, twice and then a third time.
- In June 1936 he organised a deputation of senior Conservatives who shared his concern to see Baldwin, Chamberlain and Halifax.
- His work was recognized by the award (shared with Sir Austen Chamberlain) of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1925.
- Richard Chamberlain, shared in an interview, that he nearly gave up acting after making this film.
- In 1955, Segre and Owen Chamberlain succeeded in producing and identifying the antiproton, for which they shared the Nobel Prize for physics in 1959.
- He was best known for the co-discovery of the antiproton in 1955, along with Owen Chamberlain, Emilio Segre, and Clyde Wiegand.
- Hitler with (from left to right) Neville Chamberlain, Édouard Daladier, Benito Mussolini, and Galeazzo Ciano pictured before signing the Munich Agreement.
- Neville Chamberlain A eulogy for Neville Chamberlain, a former prime minister of Great Britain who died in 1940.
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- The precedence of other officers - the Lord Great Chamberlain, Earl Marshal, Lord Steward, and Lord Chamberlain - is based on the degree of their peerage.
- 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".
- Until recently, the Lord Chamberlain also had the role of licenser of plays in the City of London, Westminster, and certain other areas.
- He was the father of Sir Austen Chamberlain (1863 – 1937) and Neville Chamberlain (1869 – 1940).
- These ideas stemmed from his father, Joseph Chamberlain.
- He nevertheless seems to have enjoyed some support from the emperor, likely aided by Eudoxia with whom the grand chamberlain had close ties.
- However, there are several arguments that support the idea that Wilt Chamberlain is the greatest player.
- British discontent over the Norwegian campaign led to the replacement of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain by Winston Churchill on May 10, 1940.
- He was recommended as a replacement by drummer Matt Chamberlain.
- However, Chamberlain and the rest of the War Cabinet disagreed, and the operation was delayed until the successful German invasion of Norway.
- Matt Chamberlain (born April 17, 1967 in San Pedro, California) is one of the world's most widely-heard session drummers.
- In 1946, after the war, Chamberlain continued with his doctoral studies at the University of Chicago under legendary physicist Enrico Fermi.
- The antiproton and antineutron were found by Emilio Segrè and Owen Chamberlain in 1955 at the University of California, Berkeley.
- 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.
- Adams was nominated for an Oscar for best actor in a supporting role for Twilight of Honor (1963; with Richard Chamberlain).
- April 5, 1984 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar became highest-scoring player in NBA history with 31,421 career points (31,421); Wilt Chamberlain (31,419).
- Until the campaign's closure in October, Chamberlain launched vociferous attacks on those in opposition to the proposals of the Radical Programme.
- LeGrange elaborates: the decree appointing Mahler to the directorship was dated 8 October and signed by the Lord Chamberlain on 15 October.
- George Greene and his role but all who read about the battle know of Col.'s Vincent and Chamberlain.
- Chamberlain received from Grant the honor of receiving the formal surrender of General Lee's veterans at Appomattox Court House on April 12, 1865.
- 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, he met with British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and threatened to go to war if he did not receive the territory.
- 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.
- In July 1885, the Radical Programme, the first campaign handbook in British political history was published, with the preface written by Chamberlain himself.
- He published a biography of Joseph Chamberlain.
- 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.
- Having succeeded in this post he was controversially appointed as Secretary of State for War in 1937 under Neville Chamberlain.
- Joseph Chamberlain, then Secretary of State for the Colonies, issued a proclamation confirming the name to be official in 1897.
- John brought his younger brothers into the court and there the empress Zoe became enamoured of Michael, who became her chamberlain.
- 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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