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Meade

 (mēd), George Gordon 1815-1872.
American Union general who commanded the costly victory at Gettysburg (1863).

Meade

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(Biography) George Gordon. 1815–72, Union general in the American Civil War. He commanded the Army of the Potomac, defeating the Confederates at Gettysburg (1863)

Meade

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1. George Gordon, 1815–72, Union general in the American Civil War.
2. James Edward, 1907–95, British economist: Nobel prize 1977.
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Noun1.Meade - English economist noted for his studies of international trade and finance (1907-1995)
2.Meade - United States general in charge of the Union troops at the Battle of Gettysburg (1815-1872)Meade - United States general in charge of the Union troops at the Battle of Gettysburg (1815-1872)
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