Common Wealth

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Common Wealth Award Of Distinguished Service - Common Wealth Award Writing Contest
... lucky Delaware high school students have met and talked to the winning world leaders through the Common Wealth Award Writing Contest ... parents or guardians are invited each year to the Common Wealth Awards ceremony, where the honorees are recognized for their lifetime achievement ... Contest winners are publicly acknowledged at the Common Wealth Awards ceremony and receive a framed picture of themselves taken with the honorees ...
Saro Vera - Works - Paraguay and The Common Wealth
... The common good of the family is the only thing he finds understandable, or to all interests to which all members are entitled according to a scale of privileged positions in ... Common wealth is the responsibility of the authority ... condition that clogs the evil of exploiting the common wealth is resorting to the excuse of involving others ...
C. A. Smith
... Shortly afterwards, he joined the Common Wealth Party as its Research Officer, and in 1944 he succeeded Kim Mackay as the party chairman ... Unable to gain support in Common Wealth for his ideas, he left in 1948 ... League for European Freedom) and Conservative Party MP Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton, founding Common Cause in 1951, which aimed to combat communism in the trade unions ...
Skipton (UK Parliament Constituency) - Elections Results - Elections in The 1940s
... Turnout 43.155 80.1 Conservative gain from Common Wealth Swing General Election 1939/40 Another General Election was required to take place before the end of 1940 ... Davies, Liberal Skipton by-election, 1944 Electorate 51,041 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Common Wealth Lt ... Labour Joseph Toole 3,029 11.1 Majority 221 0.8 Turnout 27,252 54.9 Common Wealth gain from Conservative Swing ...

Famous quotes containing the words wealth and/or common:

    People die for wealth and birds die for food.
    Chinese proverb.

    But neither milk-white rose nor red
    May bloom in prison air;
    The shard, the pebble, and the flint,
    Are what they give us there:
    For flowers have been known to heal
    A common man’s despair.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)