- David,born 1944, Northern Ireland politician: Nobel prize 1998.
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Examples from the Web for trimble
Vidal was not surprised to learn that Trimble had become involved with a woman.
Trimble was in the third wave and landed to see torn bodies everywhere.
The mother showed him a letter Trimble had written as he sailed to his death.
Vidal convinced himself he was not really jealous after all, that what he and Trimble had was between only them.
In February of 1945, Trimble shipped out with the invasion force for Iwo Jima.
"They say Tobe is wellnigh out'n his mind," remarked Mrs. Trimble.Southern Lights and Shadows
"Thank you so much for the milk and cakes, Mrs. Trimble," she said.Nell, of Shorne Mills
Trimble's got a fine lot—Georgians and Alabamians and Mississippians.
He passed other bivouacs—men of Rodes's, of Garland's, of Trimble's.
“I vote we go and see,” said Trimble, who was evidently smarting not a little.Tom, Dick and Harry
Talbot Baines Reed
- (William) David . Baron. born 1944, Northern Irish politician; leader of the Ulster Unionist party (1995–2005), First Minister of Northern Ireland (1998–2002); Nobel peace prize jointly with John Hume in 1998
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