Definition of Beaverbrook

1. Noun. British newspaper publisher and politician (born in Canada); confidant of Winston Churchill (1879-1964).

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beaverbrook

Beau Brummell
Beaufort Sea
Beaufort scale
Beaumontia grandiflora
Beaver State
Bechtel crab
Bechterew's band
Bechterew's disease
Bechterew's nucleus
Bechterew's sign
Bechterew-Mendel reflex
Beck's method
Beck's triad

Literary usage of Beaverbrook

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1. Paris Days and London Nights by Alice Ziska Snyder, Milton Valentine Snyder (1921)
"... of the Marne—Lord beaverbrook Praises French Military Genius —Says France can Always Produce Leader and Successful Plan at Critical Moment. LETTER XXVI. ..."

2. The Pomp of Power by Laurance Lyon (1922)
"Later (and after the events to which I am now referring) beaverbrook did his utmost to obtain a favourable press in Canada. When he became Minister of ..."

3. Adventures in Interviewing by Isaac Frederick Marcosson (1919)
"Here is where beaverbrook came in. Down at his country house at Leatherhead in Surrey, was held a series of conferences at which the new Government was ..."

4. The Press and the General Staff by Neville Lytton (1920)
"It seemed to me a 'non sequitur' that Sir Douglas Haig's armies should be kept short of photographers because Lord beaverbrook wanted to be a Minister of ..."

5. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1922)
"Northcliffe himself considered Lord beaverbrook, the owner of the Daily Express, ... Indeed, beaverbrook resembles Northcliffe in many ways. ..."

6. Wit and Wisdom: A Public Affairs Miscellany by Colin Bingham (1982)
"GEORGE ORWELL LLOYD GEORGE ON BONAR LAW When in 1911 Andrew Bonar Law, helped by the tactics of Max Aitken (the future Lord beaverbrook), was elected Leader ..."

7. American Airpower Comes of Age: General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold's World War II by General Henry H. Arnold, John W. Huston (2001)
"beaverbrook had little love for the "bloody Air Marshals" who in turn considered him ... The quotes are from Taylor, 414-19; and Churchill to beaverbrook 15 ..."

8. Catalogue of Books Recommended by the Ontario Department of Education for by Ontario Dept. of Education (1918)
"By Lord beaverbrook (Sir Max Aitken). Hodder & Stoughton, Toronto. Uniform with Vol. ... Hodder & Stoughton, Toronto .50 Introduction by Lord beaverbrook. ..."

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