(With Barack Obama perhaps making a cameo as neville chamberlain).
Besides his admiration for Soviet double agents, he was a neville chamberlain man.
British Prime Minister neville chamberlain hailed the result of the agreement as “peace for our time.”
The year after that speech, Netanyahu compared Rabin to neville chamberlain for signing the Oslo accords.
Hell, neville chamberlain thought his September 1938 meeting in Munich with the Germans was fruitful.
Sir neville chamberlain was still in camp, and I was sorry to find him suffering greatly from his wound.
From the camp below Sir neville chamberlain watches the fight.
He then volunteered to lead a party of the Irregulars, but this offer was also refused, though backed up by neville chamberlain.
Fortunately, neville chamberlain has arrived, and he ought to be worth a thousand men to us.
neville chamberlain was available, and there was a general consensus of opinion that he should be appointed.
a confidential servant of the king (Gen. 37:36; 39:1). In Rom. 16:23 mention is made of "Erastus the chamberlain." Here the word denotes the treasurer of the city, or the quaestor, as the Romans styled him. He is almost the only convert from the higher ranks of whom mention is made (comp. Acts 17:34). Blastus, Herod's "chamberlain" (Acts 12:20), was his personal attendant or valet-de-chambre. The Hebrew word _saris_, thus translated in Esther 1:10, 15; 2:3, 14, 21, etc., properly means an eunuch (as in the marg.), as it is rendered in Isa. 39:7; 56:3.