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- proper n. governor general, a specific case of
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We immediately cruised out to the Admiralty House Dock, where we walked into a reception and watched New Year’s Eve fireworks with Prime Minister Paul Keating and his wife, Annita, and Governor General Bill Hayden and his wife, Dallas.
Charles George Gordon, Governor General of the Sudan, 1879.
The first Governor General was Thome de Sousa, who came over in 1547 and placed his capital at Bahia.
Along the way, Mountbatten served in the Second World War as Supreme Allied Commander in Southeast Asia, as the last British Viceroy of India, and as the first Governor General of independent India.
One night we had dinner with the Governor General and Dallas Hayden.
Theodore Roosevelt and Governor General Leonard Wood had hunted many years before.
I make recommendations to the Governor General and Executive Council about our appointments.