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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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TARGETS: Police raids during Operation Morocco, above, which netted Jordan Thirsk, Thomas Dowson and Scott Galbraith, pictured top
Sentencing Galbraith at the High Court in Glasgow, Lady Smith said she was guilty of ``shocking events involving violence that is of a staggering degree''.
In The Affluent Society (Houghton Mifflin, 1958), probably his best-known book, Galbraith contrasted "public squalor" with "private affluence" and contended that massive public investment was needed to improve social goods in spheres where the private sector was unwilling to invest.
GALBRAITH had the chance of a comeback with a confidence-boosting performance on the BBC discussion programme on the exams debacle on August 22.
This is a conservative speaking, one year before Galbraith published The Affluent Society.
Galbraith, 20, has yet to excel for the Hibees since leaving Manchester in 2009, as he's struggled to become a first-team regular in the SPL.
Antonia Galbraith, now 24, was left with wounds to her head, face, arms, chest and buttock after the ``sustained, murderous and savage'' assault by 31-year-old Matthew Horncastle at the salon in Leigh, Essex, in March, Chelmsford Crown Court heard.
Scheming Kim Galbraith shot policeman husband Ian in the head as he slept, then lied to his colleagues that she had been raped by his killers.
Corbett Lighting, the high-design decorative fixture company based in Carrollton, Texas, has named Alan Galbraith president and chief executive.
Name-Dropping: From FDR On, by John Kenneth Galbraith, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 194 pages, $26.
He's studying us as much as we're studying him,'' Galbraith said.
The best-known academic at Harvard University is probably professor emeritus John Kenneth Galbraith.
Burson-Marsteller and Helios Partners recently announced an exclusive global Olympic and Sports Marketing strategic business relationship that is being led by Jeremy Galbraith, CEO of Burson-Marsteller Brussels and Terrence Burns, President and CEO of Helios Partners.
Galbraith, when he was done saving my life and many others, campaigned for the right causes.
TERRY Galbraith scored twice as Darlington beat New Mills 2-0 at Heritage Park.