John Galbraith


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Noun1.John Galbraith - United States economist (born in Canada) who served as ambassador to India (born in 1908)
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| John Galbraith: Liverpool did little wrong but the luck just wasn't there and you need a bit of luck, no matter what.
John Galbraith left his victim "cowering under the bedclothes" as he repeatedly struck her in a Middlesbrough hotel room.
"We are very excited for the life-changing potential this technology has to ease hardship in times when water is needed the most," said John Galbraith, co-founder and CEO of Exaeris.
John Galbraith, 31, pled guilty when he appeared yesterday at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
John Galbraith, who also worked on the building sites, said he'd seen old medicine bottles and jars filled with liquids lying about a shed at the rear of the pervert's flat on Main Street in Castlederg.
Los demas acreedores estan tranquilos porque saben que Grecia tendra forzosamente que pagar", agregan John Galbraith y Yanis Varoufakis, en el New York Times del pasado 26 de enero.
Ambassador to India, the famous economist John Galbraith who taught our Development Economics course at Harvard, was busy arranging for food aid for India.
Working Group members involved in this study were Patrick Doyle, John Galbraith, Linda Hoang, Pamela Kibsey, Min-Kuang Lee, Sultana Mithani, Marc Romney, and Diane Roscoe.