William Green

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Noun1.William Green - United States labor leader who was president of the American Federation of Labor from 1924 to 1952 and who led the struggle with the Congress of Industrial Organizations (1873-1952)
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There's William Green, besides, and a nephew of my own - John Kallender.
Nineteen-year-old William Green, from Walsall, has not been seen by his family since the weekend.
William Green, who is known as Billy, is originally from the city and officers say it is likely he has returned after last being seen on Thursday, June 8.
CONCERT William Green is a PhD student in the University of Liverpool Department of Music and a recipient of the prestigious Duncan Norman Research Scholarship.
"Thanks to our tremendous dealer network, quality employees and companywide innovation, we've managed to post double-digit increases every year since 2007," said William Green, Green Supply owner.
The night before, on Friday, March 27, an Evening of Piano Music with William Green will raise funds for the Square Chapel, and Sunday, March 29 sees a performance by award-winning rock and country singer-songwriter Emily Barket, who is to be joined by Gill Sandell.
Berkley, CFO of Verizon; Carl de Stefanis, president of IVI International; architect William Green; Tamara Holder, legal contributor for FOX News Channel and Mike Jazayeri, a product management leader at Google.
The award was established in 1999 to honor the service of William Green, one of the firm's founding partners, to the United Way and to the Greater Manchester community.
"Ireland offers a sophisticated, well-developed corporate, legal and regulatory environment," said CEO William Green. Several large companies incorporated in Bermuda and the Cayman Islands are eyeing a shift to Europe, ahead of legislation aimed at tightening rules that allow firms to defer tax payments on overseas profits if earnings are plowed back into foreign subsidiaries.
Boss William Green said: "As a EU member, Ireland offers a sophisticated, well-developed corporate, legal and regulatory environment."
Engineer William Green, 48, stalled halfway through a torrent of water.