Lloyd George, David
A British political leader of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries; he was prime minister of Britain at the end of World War I and afterward. After the war, at the negotiations that produced the Treaty of Versailles, Lloyd George opposed President Woodrow Wilson of the United States, who was relatively conciliatory toward Germany. Lloyd George called for squeezing Germany “until the pips squeak.”
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As his eye became accustomed to the gloom, David Arden saw traces of gilding on the walls.
Cousin George's position is such a happy one, that conversation is to him a thing superfluous.
From the moment that he touches the magical little hand, cousin George is eclipsed.
There was a lathe near the spot where David Arden stood, and shavings and splinters under his feet.