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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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The Chamberlains' letters and diaries are currently on display at Birmingham University's Muirhead Tower, where there is an English translation of Mein Kampf in which it f was discovered Neville had scrawled annotations.
The Chamberlains will receive about pounds 7,000 for the loss of their car and personal effects.
We caught up with the owners at Chamberlains to get their take on the issue.
Chamberlains Estate Agents, which has 11 branches in south Birmingham, is set to close a deal on Friday which will bring an estate agent with a further two branches under its umbrella.
Chamberlains fish and chip restaurant and takeaway has completed a hat-trick of top awards after just a year in business.
The skids were under Labour and the city remained the impregnable fortress of the Chamberlains, who had represented Birmingham (father and sons) for some 40 years.
Have any readers come across Francis Miles in their own research or any other encounters with the Chamberlains?
Now in semi-retirement, Mr Lloyd worked for 20 years with the Birmingham hospital equipment firm that had belonged to the Chamberlains. Later he served as national finance director for the Red Cross from 1989-98.
But their argument was rejected at Warwick Crown Court yesterday by Judge Richard Bray who dismissed the Chamberlains' appeal against a conviction for criminal damage.
Now author Roger Ward, a former principal lecturer and course director at the city's University of Central England, has put pen to paper to compile a book about the trio's influential lives entitled The Chamberlains: Joseph, Austen and Neville - 1836-1940.
At Chamberlains, the owners' emphasis is on quality and value.
In an emotional finding, Morris then offered her condolences to the Chamberlains and one of their sons, who were in the Darwin court room.