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Synonyms for Beaverbrook

British newspaper publisher and politician (born in Canada)

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The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard and Matt DeCourcey, Member of Parliament for Fredericton, joined officials from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery over the weekend to celebrate the official grand opening of the Gallerys Pavilion.
A few seconds afterwards, a further message was handed to him stating that Lord Beaverbrook had arrived at Gander at the due time early in the morning.
The statement is headed "Subpoena of Leonard Russell, 13 Feb 1957, re Evelyn Waugh (male) and Beaverbrook Newspapers Limited and Nancy Spain (Feme Sole) Queen's Bench Division, High Court of Justice on 14 Feb 1957.
Along with Murray, British advertising mogul Sir Frank Lowe is also set to lose cash as he had invested 250,000 pounds in the project, which planned to turn the home of the late press baron Lord Beaverbrook, Cherkley Court near Leatherhead, into a hotel and spa, with the golf course, the report added.
We have moved on from the days of the press barons - Northcliffe, Beaverbrook, Kemsley, etc.
London, United Kingdom, Nov 28, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - Healthcare specialist Westhouse Medical Services Plc (FRA:5WM) today announces the appointment of Lord Maxwell Beaverbrook as Non-Executive Chairman.
It was then commentator Bjorge Lillelien ranted: "Lord Nelson, Lord Beaverbrook, Sir Winston Churchill, Sir Anthony Eden, Clement Attlee, Henry Cooper, Lady Diana, we have beaten them all.
Karen Jerome opened her office in 2007, which is located in the Beaverbrook Mall in Kanata.
Beaverbrook began sending works that would be stored and displayed at the University of New Brunswick while a purpose-built gallery was being constructed.
Classmates at the High School included the late George Scott who became PA to Lord Beaverbrook, Geoffrey Oxendale, David Frost and Sam Rention.
The second man was Churchill's close friend and colleague, Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook, press proprietor, politician, Cabinet minister and a dynamic force in British affairs for some 60 years.
Like the endless Chancery suit at the heart of Dickens' Bleak House, the sorry tale of Beaverbrook v.
Jodie is the great-granddaughter of newspaper magnate Lord Beaverbrook, who was minister of aircraft production and close to PM Winston Churchill, and her greatuncle flew Spitfires.
330-500 Beaverbrook Court, Fredricton, NB, Canada, E3B 5X4