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Synonyms for Chamberlain

British statesman who as Prime Minister pursued a policy of appeasement toward fascist Germany (1869-1940)

the treasurer of a municipal corporation

an officer who manages the household of a king or nobleman

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Victim Sidali Mohamed and the scene outside Joseph Chamberlain College
If one can hear a noise close to Key Hill Cemetery, it will be Joseph Chamberlain spinning in his grave.
JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN (1836-1914) chosen as Mayor of Birmingham by the Liberal majority on the council, was father to Arthur Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), by his second wife Florence.
His chief adversary, Joseph Chamberlain, sought preferential treatment for imports from throughout the British Empire - something akin to today's regional trading blocs.
The 32-acre estate includes the grade II*-listed Highbury Hall, the Moseley home of famous Birmingham politician Joseph Chamberlain who served as mayor of the city.
The accused, also 16, was arrested soon after the attack near Joseph Chamberlain College shortly after 4pm on Wednesday.
NEW prime minister Theresa May cited Birmingham's great mayor and social reformer Joseph Chamberlain as an inspiration as she took office last week.
Joseph Chamberlain's dream for Birmingham to have a city centre to rival the best in Europe has long been knocked over by the wrecking ball and, instead of preservation and development which would have expanded the city centre, we are left with one of the smallest city centres in the UK, which may have glass and concrete shopping centres, but which lacks beauty and certainly lacks water features.
The city council is the sole trustee of Highbury Estate in Moseley, including the grade II*-listed Highbury Hall - the former home of one-time city Mayor Joseph Chamberlain.
Joseph Chamberlain AGREAT grandson of Joseph Chamberlain - the godfather of modern Birmingham - last night told of his pride at his ancestor's achievements in the city on the 100th anniversary of his death.
Among historic Birmingham figures buried in the Victorian cemetery are former mayor Joseph Chamberlain, custard factory owner Alfred Bird, and William Butler, the founder of the Mitchells & Butler brewery.
A MAJOR restoration of Joseph Chamberlain's former house has moved a step closer after the trust behind the project secured a 125-year lease.
OF ALL our 'City Fathers', Joseph Chamberlain is remembered with arguably the greatest warmth and affection.
Joseph Chamberlain's house, Highbury Hall, and right, Les Sparks, chairman of the Chamberlain Highbury Trust
By DAVID WHINYATES Special Correspondent JOSEPH Chamberlain College is delighted to have its commitment to excellence publicly recognised, having been rated Outstanding across all areas in its recent Ofsted inspection under a framework that is far more rigorous than previous inspections.