American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Heath, Edward Richard George 1916-2005. British politician who as prime minister (1970-1974) secured his country's entry into the Common Market (1973) and sought to offset high inflation by controlling wages, which led to a crippling miner's strike (1973-1974).
“KIM LEDGER, FATHER OF HEATH LEDGER: I couldn ` t put words in Heath ` s mouth tonight because I have never been able to put words in his mouth ever.”
“One of the special features of the Heath is the bathing ponds there, and I found myself thinking about them, and an elderly English friend of mine who for half a century has begun every day, no mater the season, with a plunge into one of these deep ponds.”
“Modipane, Mpumalanga premier Ndaweni Mahlangu and ANC secretary general Kgalema Motlanthe on Tuesday expressed dissatisfaction at what they described as the Heath unit's reluctance to pronounce”
“-- Coach Stan Heath is a finalist for the Ben Jobe Award, presented the top minority coach in college basketball.”
“Cottaging on Hampstead Heath is presumably a hangover from the days when, sadly, [homosexuality] was illegal … Women have other ways to get our thrills, and we can go and get them in bars or clubs.”
“As Sandbrook points out, she and Keith Joseph spent the early 1970s in Heath's cabinet, nodding and smiling at his U-turns, "enthusiastically throwing around enormous sums of money".”
“And I believe Heath is a colleague of yours. steve”
“Brian Heath is founder and producer of Detroit Fashion Week.”
“Anakin, Asajj Ventress, Yoda, and more -- Iain Heath's dynamic Lego creations.”
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