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Townshend

[ toun-zuhnd ]
/ ˈtaʊn zənd /
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noun
Charles, 1725–67, English politician, chancellor of the exchequer for whom the Townshend Acts are named.
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Townshend
/ (ˈtaʊnzɛnd) /

noun
Charles, 2nd Viscount, nicknamed Turnip Townshend. 1674–1738, English politician and agriculturist
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