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  • an English Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, Member of parliament, and Speaker of the House of Lords. We ourselves of the present age, chose our common
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  • Tony Banks (category Members of the Parliament of Great Britain)
    politician and Labour member of first the House of Commons then the House of Lords. She behaves with all the sensitivity of a sex-starved boa constrictor
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  • Michael Jopling (category Members of the Parliament of Great Britain)
    1930) is a politician in the United Kingdom, and sits in the House of Lords as a member of the Conservative Party. The trouble with Michael is that he
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  • Conservative life peer in the House of Lords. I don't see why escapist literature should not also be a work of art. The intention of any novelist must surely
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  • Convention of Prado in the House of Commons (6 March, 1739). William Pitt, The Speeches of the Right Honourable the Earl of Chatham in the Houses of Lords and
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  • lodging-house in Boulogne, or if the estate were larger and the trustees more generous, to a decent accommodation at Baden-Baden. Hansard, House of Lords, 5th
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  • Norman Lamont (category Members of the Parliament of Great Britain)
    election and was subsequently made a Peer; in the House of Lords he has been a strong opponent of the European Union. Rising unemployment and the recession
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  • Bowen, L.J., The Queen v. Justices of County of London, &c. (1893), L.R. 2Q.B. 492. A decision of the House of Lords requires no sanction. Kekewich, J
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  • coincidence. Queen Caroline's Advocate in the House of Lords, referring to her association with Bergami. The long arm of coincidence. Haddon Chambers, Captain
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  • power of words, / So known, so honoured at the House of Lords"; reported in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919). So mourn'd the dame of Ephesus
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  • nation. Letter to T. Attwood, October 1831, after the rejection in the House of Lords of the Reform Bill (7 October 1831). If peace cannot be maintained with
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  • in the House of Commons, and fail very completely in the House of Lords. There are two distinct styles requisite: I intend, in the course of my career
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  • speech at House of Lords (November 11 2009) Everyone wants to be around her because she's always the one at the discos and at the centre of things. "The
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  • Bolton Partners v. Lambert (1889), L. R. 41 C. D. 300. A decision of the House of Lords requires no sanction. In re Weall Andrews v. Weall (1889), L. R
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  • the House of Lords. The stove, overgorged with these preposterous sticks, set fire to the panelling; the panelling set fire to the House of Lords; the
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  • Lords, 1675. John Dryden, Juvenal, Satire XVI, line 31. Alain-René Lesage, Gil Blas (1715-1735), Book XII, Chapter VIII. Thomas Middleton, Family of Love
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  • of those who possess it; and this I know, my Lords, that where law ends tyranny begins! William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, speaking in the House of Lords
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  • Maurice Glasman, Baron Glasman (category Members of the Parliament of Great Britain)
    is an English academic, social thinker and Labour life peer in the House of Lords. New Labour’s community development work was all private-sector driven
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  • a pike-staff", Terence in English (1641); Buckingham, Speech in the House of Lords, 1675; Gil Blas (Smollett’s translation), book xii. chap. viii. John
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  • I warn the House of Lords of the consequences...it is our strong view that the House of Lords should recall that its role is not that of a wrecking chamber
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