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(ˈlɪp tən)

Sir Thomas Johnstone, 1850–1931, Scottish merchant and philanthropist.
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Chris, a factory worker who went on to be a fireman, and his young wife, who worked at Taff Street's Lipton's Tea Shop, later moved to their first home in Glyncoch, Rhondda Cynon Taff.
Unilever has placed orders for four of Kliklok's ECT500 carton erectors for its Lipton's tea plant in Dubai.
The son of a Turkish mother and a Hungarian father who was a taster for Lipton's tea, Zilber trained for the likes of Nelson Bunker Hunt, Daniel Wilden-stein and Abdullah, whose racing manager Teddy Grimthorpe was full of praise for the 84-year-old yesterday.
But what was more fascinating than the entertainment were the advertisements for everything from tram timetables to the pyramids, Lipton's Tea Garden in Rue Emad-el-Dine, horse racing in Alexandria and Luna Park at Heliopolis - "the only amusement park in Egypt".