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George ( his last name is never revealed ) is a stereotypical English valet who enters Poirot ’ s employment in 1923 and does not leave his side until the 1970s, shortly before Poirot ’ s death.
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Mr. George Hough ( Oct. 30 ) sounds like a business man who waits until the last minute to leave his home or shop.
The Texas Aggies got a day off Monday -- a special gift from Coach Jim Myers for its conference victory last Saturday night, but Myers announced that halfback George Hargett, shaken up in the Tech game, would not play against Trinity Saturday.
The angriest young man in Newport last night was at the Playhouse, where `` Epitaph For George Dillon '' opened as the jazz festival closed.
As a last attempt to reach international success, he released the LP titled Baris Mancho ( 1976 ), a strange transcription of his name, mostly with George Hayes Orchestra under CBS Records label, in Europe and South Africa.
He painted about 260 oils during the last 20 years of his life to relax, mostly landscapes but also portraits of subjects such as Mamie, their grandchildren, General Montgomery, George Washington, and Abraham Lincoln.
: The first, Doctor Syn ( 1937 ), featured noted actor George Arliss in the title role and was its star's last film.
The PLA constructed the last of the docks, the King George V, in 1921, as well as greatly expanding the Tilbury docks.
That title was relinquished by the last Kaisar-i-Hind George VI when India was granted independence on 15 August 1947.
Coming Up for Air, his last novel before World War II is the most ' English ' of his novels ; alarums of war mingle with images of idyllic Thames-side Edwardian childhood of protagonist George Bowling.
The ceremony was first conducted with the Prince of Wales ( the future Edward VIII ) in 1927, then with King George VI in 1939, and last with his daughter, Queen Elizabeth II in 1959 and 1970.
Supporters, like George Gilder in his book, Telecosm, note that " Milken was a key source of the organizational changes that have impelled economic growth over the last twenty years.
Her last Broadway appearance was as Mrs. Warren in George Bernard Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession, produced by Joseph Papp at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre in 1976.
Impressed by this, the Prince Regent ( the future George IV ) gave Scott permission to search for the fabled but long-lost Crown Jewels (" Honours of Scotland "), which during the years of the Protectorate under Cromwell had been squirrelled away and had last been used to crown Charles II.
Phelps ' Electro-motor Printing Telegraph from circa 1880, the last and most advanced telegraphy mechanism designed by George May Phelps.
Although George Thomason did not date this tract, the last date internal to the document was Saturday 13 November 1647, suggesting a publication date of 15 November 1647.
David Lloyd George had written in 1913 that the Liberals were " carving the last few columns out of the Gladstonian quarry ".
* June 16 – Battle of Dettingen in Bavaria: King George II of Great Britain leads his own troops, the last British king to do so.
* June 8 – George Mallory and Andrew Irvine are last seen " going strong for the top " of Mount Everest by teammate Noel Odell at 12: 50 P. M.
Several other black American players joined the International League the following season, including pitchers George Stovey and Robert Higgins, but 1888 was the last season blacks were permitted in that or any other high minor league.
George and name
George W. Cable ( naturalized New Englander ), writing in 1889 from `` Paradise Road, Northampton '' ( lovely symbolic name ), agitated continuously the `` Southern question ''.
In the early 1950's, Smith, together with his distinguished colleague, George Trager ( so austerely academic he sometimes fights his own evident charm ), and a third man with the engaging name of Birdwhistell ( Ray ), agreed on some basic premises about the three-part process that makes communication: ( 1 ) words or language ( 2 ) paralanguage, a set of phenomena including laughing, weeping, voice breaks, and `` tone '' of voice, and ( 3 ) kinesics, the technical name for gestures, facial expressions, and body shifts -- nodding or shaking the head, `` talking '' with one's hands, et cetera.
* 1770 – James Cook names and lands on Possession Island, Queensland and claims the east coast of Australia as New South Wales in the name of King George III.
The lawyer Thomas Egerton was praised through the anagram gestat honorem ; the physician George Ent took the anagrammatic motto genio surget, which requires his first name as ".
When it became apparent that Johnson would lose his seat, an effort began by ally George W. Jones to put forward Johnson's name for governor.
" Yokum " was a combination of yokel and hokum, although Capp established a deeper meaning for the name during a series of visits around 1965 – 1970 with comics historians George E. Turner and Michael H. Price.
However, in the same poll, when respondents were asked to name the worst president since World War II, Clinton was placed number three behind Richard Nixon and George W. Bush.
The Beowulf manuscript itself is mentioned in name for the first time in a letter in 1700 between George Hickes, Wanley ’ s assistant, and Wanley.
Quickly rising to prominence among the Pro-Boers was David Lloyd George, a relatively new MP and a master of rhetoric, who took advantage of having a national stage to speak out on a controversial issue to make his name in the party.
It met with stronger resistance in the Senate — some Senators objected to the change of name ; Ernest Manning, who argued that the rationale for the change was based on a misperception of the name, and George McIlraith, who did not agree with the manner in which the bill had been passed and urged the government to proceed in a more " dignified way "— but finally passed.
The next was the hymn book published for the use of Baptised Believers in the Kingdom of God ( an early name for Christadelphians ) by George Dowie in Edinburgh in 1864.
George Vancouver gave it the name " Deception " because it had misled him into thinking Whidbey Island was a peninsula.
The Royal Governor of New Hampshire, John Wentworth, provided the land upon which Dartmouth would be built and on December 13, 1769, issued the charter in the name of King George III establishing the College.
The NCTE's publications resonate with George Orwell's name, and allusions to him abound in statements on doublespeak ; for example, the committee quoted Orwell's remark that " language is often used as an instrument of social control " in Language and Public Policy.
* George Wilder-Former Hampshire and Sussex cricketer whose name is inscribed on a stone at Emsworth Post Office dated 1906.
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* 1819 – British explorer William Smith discovers the South Shetland Islands, and claims them in the name of King George III.
While Hannibal is mentioned in the company of history's greatest generals, military professionals have bestowed Fabius ' name on an entire strategic doctrine known as " Fabian strategy ", and George Washington has been called " the American Fabius.
Eric Arthur Blair ( 25 June 1903 – 21 January 1950 ), known by his pen name George Orwell, was an English novelist and journalist.
Four days later, he wrote to Moore, suggesting the pseudonyms P. S. Burton ( a name he used when tramping ), Kenneth Miles, George Orwell, and H. Lewis Allways.