politician

  • 1 Politician — Pol i*ti cian, n. [Cf. F. politicien.] [1913 Webster] 1. One versed or experienced in the science of government; one devoted to politics; a statesman. [1913 Webster] While empiric politicians use deceit. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. One primarily… …

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  • 2 Politician — Pol i*ti cian, a. Cunning; using artifice; politic; artful. Ill meaning politician lords. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 Politician — A politician (from Greek polis ) is an individual who is involved in influencing public decision making through the influence of politics or a person who influences the way a society is governed through an understanding of political power and… …

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  • 4 politician — noun Date: 1589 1. a person experienced in the art or science of government; especially one actively engaged in conducting the business of a government 2. a. a person engaged in party politics as a profession b. a person primarily interested in… …

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  • 5 Richard Adams (politician) — politician.He was educated at Emanuel School and studied at the University of London before entering the Middle Temple. From 1938 he worked as a business consultant.He began his political career on Wandsworth borough council in the 1930s, but… …

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  • 6 Global Politician — is an online magazine of politics that publishes analysis of current events, as well as interviews with politicians, government officials, diplomats, book authors and terrorists. It was founded in October 2004 and is based in New… …

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  • 7 SS Politician — The SS Politician was an 8000 tonne cargo ship, owned by T J Harrison of Liverpool which left Liverpool on 3 February 1941, bound for Kingston in Jamaica and New Orleans. Origin The ship was only called Politician after 1935 after she was… …

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  • 8 The Politician — is a Caroline era stage play, a tragedy by written James Shirley, and first published in 1655.Publication The Politician, along with another Shirley play, The Gentleman of Venice, was published by the bookseller Humphrey Moseley in 1655 in… …

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  • 9 David Anderson (Manx politician) — For other people named David Anderson, see David Anderson (disambiguation). David Anderson Born David Moore Anderson 6 February 1954 (1954 02 06) (age 57) Isle of Man Nationality Manx …

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  • 10 Willie Brown (politician) — Willie Brown, Jr. Brown in February 2006 41st Mayor of San Francisco In office January 8, 1996 – January 8, 2004 Preceded by Frank J …

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  • 11 Kevin Andrews (Australian politician) — Infobox Politician honorific prefix = The Honourable name = Kevin Andrews honorific suffix =BA, LLB (Melb), LLM (Monash) |thumb|250px | caption = Kevin Andrews MP birth date =Birth date and age|1955|11|9|df=y birth place =Sale, Victoria death… …

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  • 12 David Smith (Canadian politician) — David Smith may refer to the following Canadian politicians:* David Smith (Quebec politician) (born 1963), Canadian politician * David Paul Smith (born 1941), Canadian lawyer and politician * David William Smith (born 1938), Ontario politician *… …

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  • 13 Andrew Thomson (politician) — may refer to:*Andrew Thomson (Canadian politician), Canadian NDP politician and minister (1995 ndash;present) *Andrew Thomson (Australian politician), Australian Liberal politician and minister (1995 ndash;2001) …

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  • 14 Chuck Brown (Minnesota politician) — Chuck Brown Member of the Minnesota House of Representatives from the 11A, 13A district In office January 8, 1985 – January 6, 1997 Preceded by Gary Findlay Succeeded by Torrey Westrom …

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  • 15 Charles Stewart (Canadian politician) — For the Canadian Member of Parliament for Humboldt, see Charles Wallace Stewart. For the MLA from 1975 to 1982, see Charles Stewart (Alberta politician). For the MLA from 1905 to 1906, see Charles Stuart (politician). For other uses, see Charles… …

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  • 16 Max Weber (politician) — Max Weber You may also be looking for Max Weber Sr., a 19th century German politician and father of social scientist Max Weber. Max Weber (2 August 1897 2 December 1974) was a Swiss politician. He was elected to the Swiss Federal Council on 13… …

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  • 17 John Brogden (politician) — Infobox Politician width = height = caption = name = John Brogden office = Leader of the Opposition of New South Wales term start = 28 March 2002 term end = 1 September 2005 predecessor = Kerry Chikarovski successor = Peter Debnam constituency =… …

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  • 18 William Wentworth (Australian politician) — Infobox Politician honorific prefix = The Honourable name = William Wentworth honorific suffix =AO MA (Oxon) constituency MP = Mackellar parliament=Australian majority = term start = 1949 term end = 1977 predecessor = Division created successor …

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  • 19 Terrence Murphy (politician) — Charles Terrence Murphy C. Terrence Murphy Member of Parliament for Sault Ste. Marie In office September 9, 1968 – September 1, 1972 Pr …

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  • 20 Richard Gordon (politician) — For other people of the same name, see Richard Gordon (disambiguation). Richard Gordon Senator of the Philippines In office June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2010 …

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