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Howe, Geoffrey, 1926-2015


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    • Richard Edward Geoffrey
  • Variants

    • Howe, Richard Edward Geoffrey, 1926-2015
    • Khau, Dzheffri, 1926-2015
    • Howe of Aberavon, Richard Edward Geoffrey Howe, Baron, 1926-2015
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    • found: His Europe tomorrow, 1985:t.p. (the Right Honourable Sir Geoffrey Howe, QC, MP)
    • found: LC data base, 8/26/86(hdgs: Howe, Geoffrey; Howe, Geoffrey, Sir)
    • found: Hillman, J. Geoffrey Howe, c1988:p. vii, etc. (Foreign Secretary; former Chancellor of the Exchequer; b. 12/20/26)
    • found: WW, 1988(Howe, Rt. Hon. Sir (Richard Edward) Geoffrey; since 1983, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs)
    • found: Politicheskiń≠ portret Dzheffri Khau, 1990.
    • found: LC database, Oct. 13, 2015(heading: Howe, Geoffrey, Sir; usage: Geoffrey Howe, Sir Geoffrey Howe)
    • found: New York times WWW site, viewed Oct. 13, 2015(in obituary published Oct. 10: Geoffrey Howe; Lord Geoffrey Howe [i.e. Lord Howe]; Richard Edward Geoffrey Howe; b. Dec. 20, 1926, Port Talbot, Wales; d. Friday [Oct. 9, 2015], Warwickshire, aged 88; Conservative British cabinet minister who advanced Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's tough economic and foreign policies in the 1980s, but who resigned and hastened her downfall with a stinging attack on her government in its final days; won a seat in Parliament in 1964 and for decades represented constituencies near Liverpool and London; retired from the House of Commons in 1992 and was made a life peer as Baron Howe of Aberavon)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed Oct. 13, 2015(under Geoffrey Howe: Richard Edward Geoffrey Howe, Baron Howe of Aberavon, CH, QC, PC, Kt; b. Dec. 20, 1926, Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales; d. Oct. 9, 2015, Idlicote, Warwickshire; known from 1970 to 1992 as Sir Geoffrey Howe; British Conservative politician; Margaret Thatcher's longest-serving cabinet minister, successively holding the posts of chancellor of the Exchequer, foreign secretary, and finally leader of the House of Commons, deputy prime minister and lord president of the Council)
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    • 1986-08-27: new
    • 2015-10-13: revised
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