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Synonyms for Galbraith

United States economist (born in Canada) who served as ambassador to India (born in 1908)

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Paisley Sheriff Court yesterday heard that Galbraith, 20, of Foxbar, Paisley, had been driving her mum's Vauxhall Corsa last April on the A760.
The Quakers made a substitution at half-time, Kevin Burgess coming on for Jordan Watson, allowing Galbraith to go to left back.
Galbraith House is part of the sevenbuilding Great Charles Estate, which has fallen into a poor state of repair, blamed on the so-called "concrete collar" blocking transit from the city centre to the Jewellery Quarter.
Stephen Galbraith senior is regarded as something of a club legend at Ardglass, having spent the majority of his career there where he plundered hundreds of goals.
On page 83, for example we read: 'Looking back from today's vantage point, one would have to say that in many respects Galbraith misread the signs concerning the declining importance of production and growth'.
New signing from Durham City, Ward opened the scoring just before the half-hour when he struck from close range following a Galbraith corner.
She wrote that Galbraith had sold 8,500 English-language copies across all formats at the point when Rowling was outed.
I hoped to keep this secret a little longer, because being Robert Galbraith has been such a liberating experience
As CEO of BIBA, Galbraith drove representation and lobbying on the association's behalf in both Europe and with the U.
Both sides continued to have chances in an open game that lacked intensity and the defensive seas parted again in the Blaze zone to allow Galbraith time and space to score a fine back-hander.
Robert Farmer got a late consolation but Galbraith said: "Winning this gives us an edge.
In the 1930s, when the world was suffering from the Great Depression, when unemployment was rampant and governments were struggling with policy measures to steer the economy back to growth, Galbraith published an influential paper titled Monopoly Power and Price Rigidity (1936) to address the problem.
Galbraith strongly criticised Afghanistan President Hameed Karzai whose eight years in office have been characterised by inefficiency, tolerance of corruption and deteriorating security situation.
Peter Galbraith, who had been the second-highest United Nations official in Kabul, was sacked from his post in September.
The Norwegian business newspaper Dagens Naeringsliv continued to publish its series of investigative reports regarding the role of Peter Galbraith, the former U.