George Williams

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George Williams - Places
... Sir George Williams Campus of Concordia University (formerly Sir George Williams University, previously Sir George Williams College) ...
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 ... extremely well 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 ...
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 ...
Electoral Results For The Division Of Berowra - Election Results - Elections in The 1970s
... 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 ...
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 ... One of the earliest converts and contributors to the new association was George's employer, George Hitchcock, whose daughter Helen Jane Maunder ...

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