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  • surname of Gordon Brown, British Prime Minister 2007-2010. Brownite ‎(plural Brownites) (Britain, informal) A supporter of Gordon Brown, or his economic
    539 bytes (47 words) - 21:21, 21 January 2016
  • socialistische premier Gordon Brown biedt zijn ontslag aan bij koningin Elizabeth II.[1] — The British socialist prime minister Gordon Brown offers his resignation
    670 bytes (54 words) - 19:45, 21 October 2015
  • politics, informal) The increase in popularity of the Labour Party following the change of Prime Minister from Tony Blair to Gordon Brown in June 2007
    280 bytes (29 words) - 21:08, 18 January 2016
  • the Channel," New York Times (retrieved 5 Dec 2011): Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who vacations in Cape Cod, has nevertheless been . . . determined to
    3 KB (290 words) - 23:37, 30 January 2016
  • on: Brownism Wikipedia Brown +‎ -ism Brownism The political ideology attributed to the former British Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown, characterised
    954 bytes (70 words) - 21:21, 21 January 2016
  • olcais a rachaidh an mhíchothromaíocht" Tá rún ag Gordon Brown pá íosta na Sé Chontae a ísliú. Gordon Brown intends to lower minimum wage in the Six Counties
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  • “Breaking up is hard to do, even at the Treasury”[1], the Guardian: Gordon Brown may have his grumpy, Granita moments, but as a strategist he is an incorrigible
    4 KB (425 words) - 16:47, 29 January 2016
  • and safety regulations, and earlier this summer was accused of calling Gordon Brown "a cunt" in unbroadcast comments to his Top Gear audience, whom he has
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  • intimidated. 2002, Kevin Jefferys, Labour Forces: From Ernie Bevin to Gordon Brown, page 107 For example jury trials were reformed to allow majority verdicts
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  • protect highborn princes? 2007, Lesley White, "Face of Tories' new deal—Gordon Brown is enjoying a honeymoon now," The Australian, 14 July, He is a career
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  • in news.bbc.co.uk Tories blast 'Arthur Daley' Blair Tony Blair and Gordon Brown are the Arthur Daleys of British politics, according to the Conservative
    523 bytes (65 words) - 15:13, 28 October 2015
  • the "government of all the talents" proposed by British prime minister Gordon Brown. 2009, Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Public Administration
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  • thunder lours To-morrow it will hie on far behests; 2007 March 29, “Gordon Brown Meets the Ten Year Olds”[3], Dale's Diary, retrieved 2012-07-23: … the
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  • Aug 2015): Yet these precedents offer no more than a slender reed for Gordon Brown, almost hopelessly down in the polls, to cling to. 2013 Sep. 23, Lizette
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  • Bazalgette, quoted in the Funniest Thing You Never Said: 2, page 333: Gordon Brown sounds like a Dalek with about three stock phrases... Remember, Daleks
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  • "Snakes on the plane!" 2010, Boris Johnson, "General Election 2010: Gordon Brown is a goner - bring on Peter Mandelson", The Telegraph, 3 May 2010: There
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  • working on his film "Titanic" at the time.) 2005 July 24, Business Online Gordon Brown's decision to redefine Britain's economic cycle has been damned by one
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  • 2007, Private Eye Issue 1191 30th August 2007 (U.K Prime Minister) Gordon Brown's former bag-carrier Neal Lawson is in a state of ecstacy carrier
    577 bytes (71 words) - 01:43, 22 January 2016
  • only) A large amount. 2009, March 5, “Oliver Burkeman”[The Guardian], Gordon Brown's lifelong love affair with America, in 36 minutes: There were the heapings
    493 bytes (65 words) - 18:05, 24 October 2015
  • or other deception. The newspaper is accused of blagging details of Gordon Brown's flat purchase from his solicitors.‎ (Britain, informal, transitive)
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