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List Of Desperate Housewives Characters - Acquaintances of Bree Van De Kamp - Other Acquaintances - George Williams
... George Williams (Roger Bart) is a pharmacist who begins a relationship with Bree after her discovery of her husband's extramarital affair with the neighbourhood prostitute, Maisy Gibbons ... until Bree shoots off his toe (by accident) with a gun given to her as a gift by George ... Rex takes offense to this, and it culminates with George being pushed into a pool at Carlos Solis's going-away party ...
Electoral Results For The Division Of Berowra - Election Results - Elections in The 1970s
... Democrats Johannes van Aggele 7,207 11.5 +11.5 Progress George Simpson 686 1.1 -2.5 Total formal votes 62,568 98.3 Informal votes 1,069 1.7 Turnout 63,637 96.2 Two-party-preferred result Liberal Harry Edwards ...
George Howard Williams - Later Life
... Following his senate defeat, George Williams returned to his St ... Long interested in state and national history, Williams led an effort to preserve a St ... During his life George Williams was a financial backer of several colleges and universities, including his alma maters Drury College and Princeton as well as Westminster College and ...
George Williams (YMCA)
... Sir George Williams (11 October 1821 – 6 November 1905), was the founder of the YMCA ... Williams was born on a farm in Dulverton, Somerset, England ... converts and contributors to the new association was George's employer, George Hitchcock, whose daughter Helen Jane Maunder Hitchcock he went on to marry in 1853 ...
George Williams - Places
... Sir George Williams Campus of Concordia University (formerly Sir George Williams University, previously Sir George Williams College) ...

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    The world is a funny paper read backwards. And that way it isn’t so funny.
    —Tennessee Williams (1914–1983)