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Trimble

[trim-buh l] /ˈtrɪm bəl/
noun
1.
David, born 1944, Northern Ireland politician: Nobel prize 1998.
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  • "They say Tobe is wellnigh out'n his mind," remarked Mrs. Trimble.

  • "Thank you so much for the milk and cakes, Mrs. Trimble," she said.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills

    Charles Garvice
  • Trimble's got a fine lot—Georgians and Alabamians and Mississippians.

    The Long Roll Mary Johnston
  • He passed other bivouacs—men of Rodes's, of Garland's, of Trimble's.

    The Long Roll Mary Johnston
  • “I vote we go and see,” said Trimble, who was evidently smarting not a little.

    Tom, Dick and Harry Talbot Baines Reed
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Trimble

/ˈtrɪmbəl/
noun
1.
(William) David. Baron. born 1944, Northern Irish politician; leader of the Ulster Unionist party (1995–2005), First Minister of Northern Ireland (1998–2002); Nobel peace prize jointly with John Hume in 1998
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