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Originally only a place name, then also a family name, later also a given name in the Churchill family. Maybe from Old English wine ( “ friend ” ) + Old English stān ( “ stone ” ) . [1] Pronunciation [ edit ] IPA ( key ) : /ˈwɪnstən/ Proper noun [ edit ] Winston A

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Malik Ahmad Khan Yousafzai print that page

Sections Pages 1.1 The homeland of Pakhtuns 7 1.2 Pakhtun, Pashtun, Afghan, Pathan 7 1.3 Pakhtu a language a code of honour, and an identity 7 1.4 Mutual hostilities ends only when an out side enemy threatens 7 1.5 Renowned warriors and formidable foes 8 1.6 Empires, Kingdoms on Foreign lands

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From a speech by UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill : "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few". Proper noun [ edit ] The Few ( historical ) The British and Allied fighter pilots during the Battle of Britain in World War II . Categories : English

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section 25 February 1996. "When I finally decided to go in, I went in whole hog, totus porcus" - Winston Churchill , Testimony to the Dardanelles Commission. D'Este, Carlo. Warlord, HarperCollins Publishers, 2008. Categories : English lemmas English adverbs English idioms English slang

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unconditionally on May 7. Hostilities in Europe ended officially at midnight, May 8. 1945. — Winston Churchill , Broadcast from the House of Commons , May 8, 1945. Synonyms [ edit ] in any case Translations [ edit ] without condition Catalan: incondicionalment Estonian

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Iron Curtain print that page

Specialised use of iron curtain . Used (in German) during World War II by Joseph Goebbels . In English it appeared in telegrams from Winston Churchill to Harry S. Truman in 1945 before being popularized by Churchill in a speech he gave at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri 5 March

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OMG print that page

fish died." "OMG, I'm so sorry to hear that." 1917 September 9, John A.F. Fisher , letter to Winston Churchill : I hear that a new order of Knighthood is on the tapis— O.M.G. ( Oh! My God! )—Shower it on the Admiralty!! ( computing ) Initialism of Object Management Group

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his tunic to shake it and fold it up again for him. Quotations [ edit ] 1955 March 1, Winston Churchill , From his last major speech in the House of Commons : The day may dawn when fair play, love for one's fellow men, respect for justice and freedom, will enable tormented generations

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to be called on to render an account; accountableness; responsible for; answerable for. 1946 , Winston Churchill , Sinews of Peace : The United States stands at this time at the pinnacle of world power. It is a solemn moment for the American Democracy. For with primacy in power is also

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uncountable , plural alivenesses ) The state of being alive ; exuberance , intensity . 1917 , Winston Churchill , The Dwelling-Place of Light : ... she's such a perplexing mixture of old New England and modernity, of a fatalism, and an aliveness that fairly vibrates. 1920 , Jack

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