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Harmsworth

[ hahrmz-wurth ]
/ ˈhɑrmz wɜrθ /
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noun
Alfred Charles William, Viscount Northcliffe, 1865–1922, English journalist, publisher, and politician.
his brother, Harold Sidney, 1st Viscount Roth·er·mere [roth-er-meer], /ˈrɒð ərˌmɪər/, 1868–1940, English publisher and politician.
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Harmsworth
/ (ˈhɑːmzwɜːθ) /

noun
Alfred Charles William. See (Viscount) Northcliffe
Harold Sydney. See (1st Viscount) Rothermere
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