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Charles Lloyd Jones
... Sir Charles Lloyd Jones (28 May 1878 – 30 July 1958) was an Australian businessman and patron of the arts ... He was born in Sydney to Edward Lloyd Jones and Helen Ann Jones, and was grandson to the Welsh-born merchant David Jones ... He worked for his family's firm, David Jones Limited, as tailor, then advertising manager, director and ultimately company chairman ...
David Evan Jones - People - American Football
... Deacon Jones (David D ... Jones, born 1938), American football player David Jones (cornerback) (born 1985), American football player David Jones (offensive lineman) (born 1961 ...
David Evan Jones - People - Other
... David Jones (barrister) (1765–1816), Welsh barrister David Jones (missionary) (1796–1841), Missionary to Madagascar David A ... Jones, Head of the National Climate Centre at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology David E ... Jones, best known as Daedalus, British writer and scientist David Evan Jones (missionary) (1870–1947), Welsh missionary in Mizoram, India David James Jones (1886–1947), Welsh philosopher and academic David ...
David Jones - Companies
... David Jones Limited, a chain of department stores in Australia. ...
The Australia Institute - Media Regulation
... The Australia Institute was sued by retail department store David Jones for allegedly engaging in misleading and deceptive conduct David Jones Ltd v The Australia Institute Ltd FCA 962 ... David Jones objected to a media release by the Australia Institute entitled "Corporate paedophilia – Sexualising children by advertising and marketing" ... Major retail chains such as David Jones and Myer have jumped on the bandwagon ...

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