Chamberlain


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Cham·ber·lain

(chām'bĕr-lin),
W. Edward, U.S. radiologist, 1891-1947. See: Chamberlain line.

Cham·ber·lain

(chām'bĕr-lin),
J. Maxwell, 1908-1968; U.S. thoracic surgeon. See: Chamberlain procedure.
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It was Winston Churchill who recognised the threat posed by Nazi Germany and eventually, after replacing Chamberlain as Prime Minister, led the nation to victory.
In fact, Chamberlain led the country for the first seven months of the war.
But Chamberlain Square is expected to reopen 'by the end of 2019'.
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A jury took five minutes to find defendant Dale Aaron Chamberlain, 27, not guilty of robbing Scott Wilson, burgling his Connah's Quay flat and falsely imprisoning him and two friends, Zoe Hughes and Lee Jenkins between May 18-19, 2014.
And the man charged with finding the perfect players to survive in the top flight is Glyn Chamberlain, an old friend of Warnock's and a former manager and coach in his own right.
Chamberlain left Macclesfield as Steve King the man who masterminded that shock FA Cup 3rd round win over Cardiff in January 2013 arrived as the new boss.
Chamberlain also had a spell with Gainsborough Trinity -- the first club Warnock managed back in the early 1980s.
You can't beat a bit of British beef and that's what cruiserweights Lawrence Okolie and Isaac Chamberlain have served up in the build-up to their showdown.
January 10 features Rod Mason (sax), Andrzej Baranek (keys), Paul Chamberlain (bass) and John Settle (drums).