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Harmsworth

(ˈhɑːmzwɜːθ)
n
1. (Biography) Alfred Charles William. See (Viscount) Northcliffe
2. (Biography) Harold Sydney. See (1st Viscount) Rothermere

Harms•worth

(ˈhɑrmz wɜrθ)

n.
Alfred Charles William, Viscount Northcliffe, 1865–1922, British publisher and politician.
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The room was originally designed to be an apartment for Harold Harmsworth, the first Viscount Rothermere, who founded the Daily Mail Newspaper with his brother.
1890: The first weekly comic, Comic Cuts, was published in London by Alfred Harmsworth.
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Among those whose heroism is recounted are Jamaican brothers Roy and Norman Manley, tank gunner Joe Miles, and Vere Harmsworth, son of Lord Rothermere.
Wick Academy were held to a 2-2 draw by Deveronvale at Harmsworth with both sides leading at stages before Sam Mackay earned a point for the hosts from the spot.
1890: The first weekly comic, Comic Cuts, was |published in London by Alfred Harmsworth.
This acquisition completes the company's assembly strategy at Canada Water where it also owns Surrey Quays Shopping Centre and Harmsworth Quays, the former Daily Mail General Trust printing works.
e rm recently won a PS180m eightyear Home Oce contract to manage 900 detainees at the Colnbrook and Harmsworth immigration centres near Heathrow.
Genevieve Barrett must conceal that she is the true author of her father's articles, while Sir Richard Harmsworth conceals his insecurity about being born out-of-wedlock by pretending to be an aloof heartbreaker.
Mr less on collapse 1890: The first weekly comic, Comic Cuts, was published in London by Alfred Harmsworth.
TURNER BLUNTED Sam Turner, the Daily Mail's top tipster Robin Goodfellow, was put in the shade on the Folkestone card sponsored by his newspaper by none other than Camilla Harmsworth Blunt, grand-daughter of the late Lady Harmsworth Blunt, who was commemorated in the feature handicap chase.
Harmsworth Quays Printing, UK newspaper printers, has selected HABASIT ROSSI as its preferred supplier of choice, installing the company's belting solutions to improve process efficiency and reduce replacement belt cost at its manufacturing facility in Surrey.