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Carrington

(ˈkærɪŋtən)
n
1. (Biography) Dora, known as Carrington. 1893–1932, British painter, engraver, and letter writer; a member of the Bloomsbury Group
2. (Biography) Peter (Alexander Rupert), 6th Baron. born 1919, British Conservative politician: secretary of state for defence (1970–74); foreign secretary (1979–82); secretary general of NATO (1984–88)
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Summary: Peter Carington, a long-serving British politician who was the last survivor of Prime Minister Winston Churchill's government, has died, the government said Tuesday.
Carnan brought a suit against Carington Bowles and Daniel Paterson,
Carington, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary."
He was extremely popular and successful, his work being engraved for and published by the printseller Carington Bowles, who kept the original watercolours from which they were taken.
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of Richmond, Va., Andrew Carington has been named vice president, general counsel and secretary; previously, he was associate general counsel, a job he's held since 2006.
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The writings of Tagore, Radhakrishnan, and Vivekananda influenced several British intellectuals to focus on Vedanta in the interwar period, including the popular scientific and religious writer Gerald Heard (1889-1971), the novelist Aldous Huxley (1894-1963), the Cambridge scholar and psychical researcher Whately Carington (1892-1957), and the London philosopher Cyril Joad (1891-1953).
Lassetter and the officer commanding the Bushmen, Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon Rupert Carington, formerly a Guards officer and member of the House of Commons, responded with denials.
In the 1650s, for example, a sister and a niece of Charles, first Viscount Carington were in religious houses in the Low Countries, and John, a son, attended St Omer and Rome.