Cecil Robert

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Cec·il

 (sĕs′əl), (Edgar Algernon) Robert First Viscount Cecil of Chelwood. 1864-1958.
British public official who helped draft the League of Nations Covenant and was president of the League of Nations Union (1923-1945). He won the 1937 Nobel Peace Prize.

Cec·il

 (sĕs′əl), Robert First Earl of Salisbury. 1563?-1612.
English statesman who helped secure the throne for James I after the death of Elizabeth I (1603).
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Tel: 024 76 313326 HARRISON Cecil Robert (Bob) Passed peacefully away on Friday 20th October 2017, aged 91 years.
Jack's father Cecil Robert was my father's brother and my father's name was Stan.
Jack's father, Cecil Robert, was my father's brother and my father's name was Stan.
Cecil Roberts, President of the United Mine Workers of America, and Elliott Gorn, the author the leading biography of Mother Jones were the keynote speakers at the event, attended by over 70 people from as far away as Mississippi, Chicago, and Terre Haute, Indiana, as well as a number from St.
Historian Cecil Roberts related the hysterical buying and selling in the New York bourse thus: One day he went to have a haircut.
Pupils at Ysgol Dinmael got through to the county level of the Book Quiz in May 1998 | Ysgol Capelulo new headmistress, Margaret Williams, April 22, 1993 | Headmaster Cecil Roberts and teacher Miss Matthews, with pupils at Beaumaris Primary School in 1959
''The proposed rule issued today by the Environmental Protection Agency will lead to long-term and irreversible job losses for thousands of coal miners, electrical workers, utility workers, boilermakers, railroad workers and others, without achieving any significant reduction of global greenhouse gas emissions.'' -- Cecil Roberts, president of United Mine Workers of America.
The themes from each resonated with what he had learned of West Virginia's often contentious mining history filled with grueling chapters, including the late-1980s Pittston strikes where Mark Switzer campaigned for the union and faced arrest alongside Cecil Roberts, the current UMWA president.
"Patriot is using a temporary liquidity problem to achieve permanent changes that will significantly reduce the living standards of thousands of active and retired miners and their families," said UMWA international president Cecil Roberts.