- Sir George Huston,1845–1918, Australian statesman, born in Scotland: prime minister 1904–05.
- Thomas,1710–96, Scottish philosopher.
- White·law [hwahyt-law, wahyt-] /ˈʰwaɪtˌlɔ, ˌwaɪt-/, 1837–1912, U.S. diplomat and journalist.
- a male given name, form of Read.
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Reid planted a flag, ready to make his mark in the world of whisky, backed by ambition and a gorgeous piece of land.
The land at Easter Elchies was the ideal place for Reid to set up his business.
When Reid came on board, he had only leased part of the land to farm on; the deal did not include the house.
Reid had written poems about three other professors, all of them critical and derogatory.Stonewall Jackson, VMI’s Most Embattled Professor
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The amendment was attached to a Senate budget resolution, which Reid does not have the ability to block.Fact-Checking the Sunday Shows: November 16
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In a few minutes Mrs. Reid and Kitty returned with Mr. Winship.
And suspicion grew to certainty that she and Reid were lovers.
Reid sat in the dark, still as a statue; I clenched my hands and held silence.
"Wait a minute," said Reid, his long, delicately shaped fingers trembling.
Reid alighted with a word of protest, offering his hand for the work.The Flockmaster of Poison Creek
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- Sir George Houston . 1845–1918, Australian statesman, born in Scotland: premier of New South Wales (1894–99); prime minister of Australia (1904–05)
- Thomas . 1710–96, Scottish philosopher and founder of what came to be known as the philosophy of common sense
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