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Pelham-Holles

[ pel-uhm-hol-is ]
/ ˈpɛl əmˈhɒl ɪs /
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noun
Thomas, 1st Duke of Newcastle, 1693–1768, British statesman: prime minister 1754–56, 1757–62 (brother of Henry Pelham).
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Pelham Holles
/ (ˈpɛləm ˈhɒlɪs) /

noun
Thomas. See (1st Duke of) Newcastle 2
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