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Stim·son

 (stĭm′sən), Henry Lewis 1867-1950.
American public official who served as US secretary of war (1911-1913 and 1940-1945), as governor-general of the Philippines (1927-1929), and as US secretary of state (1929-1933). He was the chief adviser on atomic weaponry to Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman.
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Stim•son

(ˈstɪm sən)

n.
Henry L(ewis), 1867–1950, U.S. statesman.
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Here's old Peter Stimson, who has `left a large circle of friends to mourn his untimely loss.' Lord, Anne, dearie, that man was eighty, and everybody who knew him had been wishing him dead these thirty years.
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Trends Research & Advisory and Washington's Stimson Centre, two leading think tanks, have co-produced the UAE Energy Diplomacy report on exporting renewable energy to the 'global south'.
From 2002 to 2017, the US spent $3.9 billion in foreign assistance obligation with heavy counterterrorism component, according to the Stimson Center's study titled "Counterterrorism Spending: Protecting America While Promoting Efficiencies and Accountability."
"We have been receiving patients that have been gassed and burned in a most mysterious way," Julia Stimson, a military nurse, wrote from Rouen, France, on July 25, 1917.
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Sean Stimson and his brother Wayne, 46, thought the star stole their musical idea for 1998's Millennium, so plagued his record label and solicitors with calls.