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Canadian Federal Election, 1993 - Campaign - Pre-campaign
... By the end of the summer, Campbell's personal popularity was far ahead of that of Chrétien ... for the Progressive Conservative Party had also increased after Campbell won the leadership, and they were only a few points behind the Liberals, while Reform had been ... With this in mind, Campbell asked Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn to dissolve parliament on September 8, only a few weeks before Parliament was due to expire ...
Campbell - Other
... Campbell Soup Company, well-known American producer of canned soups and related products P and A Campbell, the dominant excursion-steamer operator in the Bristol Channel Campbell Diagram, a plot of natural ...
Rutshire Chronicles - Main/Recurring Characters
... Rupert Campbell-Black Billy Lloyd-Foxe Declan O'Hara Ricky France-Lynch Dino Ferranti Marcus and Tabitha Campbell-Black Agatha 'Taggie' Campbell-Black, née O'Hara Cameron Cook Lysander Hawkley Flora ...
Baron Stratheden - Barons Campbell (1841)
... John Campbell, 1st Baron Campbell (1779–1861) William Frederick Campbell, 2nd Baron Stratheden and Campbell (1824–1893) see above for further holders ...
Rutshire Chronicles
... They are linked by several recurring characters, chiefly Rupert Campbell-Black, and are set in the fictional English county of Rutshire, not be confused with the real English county of Rutland ... Some of these characters, namely Rupert Campbell-Black and numerous characters associated with him, also occur in Cooper's novel Pandora, although it is not part of the series ... The Campbell-Blacks, Lloyd-Foxes, France-Lynches and other families from the Rutshire Chronicles also appear in Wicked! The tales are set in chronological order however, they are perfectly readable as 'stand-alone ...

Famous quotes containing the word campbell:

    O Star-eyed Science! hast thou wandered there,
    To waft us home the message of despair?
    —Thomas Campbell (1777–1844)

    Bonnie George Campbell rode out on a day.
    He saddled, he bridled, and gallant rode he,
    And hame cam his guid horse, but never cam he.
    —Unknown. Bonnie George Campbell (l. 2–4)

    Unlike Freud, Jung did not believe that a dream is a mask for a meaning already known but deceitfully withheld from the conscious mind. In his view, dreams were communication, ideas expressed not always straightforwardly, but in the best way possible within the limits of the medium. Dreaming, in Jung’s psychology, is a constructive process.
    —Jeremy Campbell (b. 1931)