- David, 1st Earl of Dwy·for [doo-vawr] /ˈdu vɔr/, 1863–1945, British statesman: prime minister 1916–22.
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The absurdity of Mr. Lloyd-George's proposition was such that we did not regard it seriously.
The blowing up of Mr. Lloyd-George's house was then described in detail.
The magistrate hastened to the protection of Mr. Lloyd-George.
This fact was brought forward in the course of Mr. Lloyd-George's speech.
Mr. Lloyd-George, as we afterward learned, was a member of the audience.
- David, 1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor. 1863–1945, British Liberal statesman: prime minister (1916–22). As chancellor of the exchequer (1908–15) he introduced old age pensions (1908), a radical budget (1909), and an insurance scheme (1911)
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