Eldon


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Eldon

(ˈɛldən)
n
(Biography) Earl of, title of John Scott. 1751–1838, British statesman and jurist; Lord Chancellor (1801–06, 1807–27): an inflexible opponent of parliamentary reform, Catholic emancipation, and the abolition of slavery
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Did not Lord Eldon himself, the most prudent of men, make a runaway match?
Lord Eldon said in his old age that "if he were to begin life again, he would be damned but he would begin as agitator.
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Seventeen-year-old Eldon Wilkes counts the days in Madison--a dump of a town in the Mojave Desert--where he pumps gas to make ends meet.
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A CASUAL observer might be forgiven for thinking Eldon Grove was beyond repair - but new plans prove there's light at the end of the tunnel.
Franklin Starlight has grown up knowing little about his father Eldon and nothing about his mother.
For the price of one home in Eldon Road, west London, you could buy virtually half of Eldon Road in Marsh, Huddersfield.
HSBC Bank Oman has announced the appointment of David Eldon as chairman of the bank following a recent meeting of the Board of Directors.
Summary: Muscat: HSBC Bank Oman announced the appointment of David Eldon as chairman of the bank .
David Eldon CBE JP as Chairman of the bank effective today, until the next General Meeting.