Gladwyn


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Glad´wyn


n.1.(Bot.) See Gladen.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ito Ynares, Firefly Group, Richard Perez, Pipo Soliman, Eric dela Rosa, Elannagano, Edwin Tose, Rene Medina, Jun Arcilla, Gladwyn Gomez, Nestor Mercado, LitoOrillaza,AlexCiruela, Many and Arman Santos, Jojo Cruz, CholoViolago, Dante Eslabon, Jun Bacolod, Jun Roble, EfrenCanlas, Tony Marfori, Jimafer, and Edgar Santos.
The NCA members are Ricky Magtoto, Atong Ang, Patrick Antonio, Richard Perez, Pipo Soliman, Elan Nagaao, Edwin Tose, Rene Medina, Jun Arcilla, Gladwyn Gomez, Nestor Mercado, Lito Orillaza, Alex Ciruela, Manny and Arman Santos, Jojo Cruz, Cholo Violago, Dante Eslabon, Jun Bacolod, Jun Roble, Efren Canlas, Tony Marfori, Jimafer and Edgar Santos.
Cynthia Gladwyn, the wife of the British ambassador to Paris, said in her 1959 diary that Princess Margaret wanted to convey that she is very much the princess.
Priod ffyddlon Selwyn, Mam garedig a gofalus Michael, Ian ac Andrew, mam yng nghyfraith hoff i Gladwyn, Nain arbennig Jessica, Sarah a Luke a hen nain falch i Maddison, Cyfnither, Modryb a ffrind driw i lawer, gwelir ei cholli'n fawr.
Bethan Gladwyn, 38, has been promoted to partner in the housing management team.
<BOn the way up at Hugh James are, from left, Rowena Downie, Bethan Gladwyn, and Elin Davies
Cordier to Ernest Gross, Arne Sunde, Gladwyn Jebb, and Jean Chauvel, 3 July 1950, PA-1407/D/L0030, NAN.
Kysilewsky, accompanied by Malone or Philipps, followed up these exchanges in Parliament with visits to the Foreign Office, where they spoke with Laurence Collier, head of the Northern Department, which was responsible for Eastern Europe; Gladwyn Jebb, secretary to Sir Alexander Cadogan, the Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs; and William Strang, Chief of the Central European Department (LD 11, 24 October, 25 November 1938).
SWINDON: Foderingham 6, MOTM Byrne 8, N Thompson 7, Stephens 5, Branco 6, Toffolo 6, Turnbull 6, L Thompson 7, Gladwyn 6, Obika 6 (Williams 66, 6), Smith 6.
His benefactor and only ally, Anne Gladwyn, repeatedly attempts to assist the reticent and surly vicar with the task of reviving the dilapidated village church against all odds.
After Cooper's death in 1953, she had an affair with one of his successors in Paris, Gladwyn Jebb.