John Galbraith

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

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One caller thought Celtic's complaints were John Galbraith, London, said: "We've never had a fair crack of the whip from refs and I'm not paranoid in saying that.
The succinct comment of John Galbraith, the well-known Professor of Imperial History, was that Goulburn's "partiality toward the Nor'Westers was notorious." (5) The HBC Committee (directors) were well aware of the undue influence of Goulburn and Bathurst.
has appointed John Galbraith to the position of chief quality officer and Glenn Lysinger to the newly created position of chief compliance officer.
John Galbraith, president and CEO, told Catholic leaders and laity active in the mission board's worldwide work that they need to become "as resourceful as the virus in combating HIV/AIDS."
Elegant, frank, witty and amusingly self-deprecating, they cover politics, economics, gossip and, not least, foreign affairs, for John Galbraith was an agriculture specialist and in his own fashion, Kennedy's most distinguished Keynesian.
In the '50s, American economist John Galbraith said that the means to guarantee competition were ineffective.
John Galbraith, writing under a pseudonym and vouching for the authenticity of Iron Mountain and the soundness of its conclusions, was particularly sharp and funny.
He gave John Galbraith a two-year prison sentence suspended for two years with 200 hours' unpaid work.
All four were remanded in custody except John Galbraith, who was bailed, until sentencing on June 28.