- 1st Earl of. Pitt, William, 1st Earl of Chatham.
- a city in N Kent, in SE England.
- a city in SW Ontario, in S Canada, near Lake St. Clair.
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The two leaders “are both stubborn in their own ways,” says Yossi Mekelberg, a Middle East scholar at Chatham House in London.Why Israel Needs Turkey (and Turkey Needs Israel)
April 7, 2013
Either way, look for every Democrat from Chatham to Pittsfield to take a look at the race.If Kerry Goes to State, Who Will Succeed Him? The Guessing Begins
December 15, 2012
As Jane Kinninmont of Chatham House in London put is, “The United States faces a crisis of credibility in the Arab world.”Obama's Last Chance on Libya
March 15, 2011
“He has absolute commitment to consensus,” says Kerry Brown, a China specialist at the British think tank Chatham House.China's Man of Mystery
January 17, 2011
He also owns a home in Chatham on Cape Cod, which is valued at around $3 million.The Men Who Killed the Economy
November 19, 2010
There were also other vessels and establishments at Portsmouth, Devonport and Chatham.Submarine Warfare of To-day
Charles W. Domville-Fife
It was dated Chatham, and written the night before he sailed.Jack Hinton
Charles James Lever
I hate Chatham—mamma is always crossest when Chatham's there.The Doctor's Family
Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
We took tea at the Hotel and then made our way back to the Chatham.Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2
The old heads were the Scurlocks who lived in Chatham County.
- a town in SE England, in N Kent on the River Medway: formerly royal naval dockyard. Pop: 73 468 (2001)
- a town in SE Canada, in SE Ontario on the Thames River. Pop: 44 156 (2001)
- 1st Earl of title of the elder (William) PittSee Pitt (def. 1)
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