- John Kenneth,1908–2006, U.S. economist, born in Canada.
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Examples from the Web for galbraith
“She was the perfect combination of being very beautiful and very smart and charming,” Galbraith told The Daily Beast.
Click here to see a photo of Galbraith and Fairchild posing in front of barbed wire that marked off mines in the zone.
Their relationship was complicated, given that Eide had introduced Galbraith to his wife.
Galbraith and Richard Holbrooke, the U.S. special envoy, feel the elections are tainted and try to confront Karzai.
Galbraith finds about 1,200 polling sites that exist only on paper, but Eide stops him from pursuing the matter.
I have seen Galbraith, and had some conversation with him about your harbor.'Davenport Dunn, Volume 1 (of 2)
Charles James Lever
Here Colonel Galbraith was killed and nine other officers of the 66th.Our Soldiers
I want to take Galbraith by the hand, and tell him all I feel.Janet McLaren
"Poverty of mind accounts for the shortness of the book as a rule," said Galbraith.
"You seem to get on very well with Galbraith," Dan observed.
- John Kenneth. 1908–2006, US economist and diplomat born in Canada; author of The Affluent Society (1958), The New Industrial State (1967), and The Culture of Contentment (1992)
Word Origin and History for galbraith
surname, from Old Gaelic Gall-Bhreathnach "stranger-Briton," a name given to Britons settled among Gaels.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper