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The New Statesman
   is set in   
Westminster
City of Westminster, London
Ethan Allan
   has the epitaph   
"Fighter, Writer, Statesman and Philosopher Lie in This Cemetery Beneath the Marble Statue. His Spirit is Vermont Now"
Greenmount cemetery, Burlington, Vermont.
The New Statesman
   featured the character   
Alan B'Stard
Played by Rik Mayall
The New Statesman
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Piers Fletcher-Dervish
Played by Michael Troughton
The New Statesman
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Sarah B'Stard
Played by marsha Fitzalan
The New Statesman
   featured the character   
Norman/Norma Bormann
Played by Rowena Cooper
The New Statesman
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Roland Gidleigh-Park
Played by Charles Gray
The New Statesman
   featured the character   
Beatrice Protheroe
Played by Vivien Heilbron
The New Statesman
   featured the character   
Mrs Thatcher
Played by Stephen Nallon
The New Statesman
   featured the character   
Sir Stephen Baxter
Played by John Nettleton
The New Statesman
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Bob Crippen
Played by Nick Stringer
The New Statesman
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Geoff Diquead
Played by Berwick Kaler
The New Statesman
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Sir Greville McDonald
Played by Terence Alexander
James Butler 1st Duke of Ormonde
   is known as a   
Statesman
and soldier. Died 1688
1928
   Melbourne Cup winner was   
Statesman
Jockey - James L. Munro, Trainer - William Kelso, Owner - William Kelso, Time - 3.23.25
Cleisthenes of Athens
   was a   
Greek Statesman
Referred to as "the father of Athenian democracy"; grandfather of Alcibiades; b. c. 570 BC
Draco
   was an   
Athenian Statesman
First lawgiver of ancient Athens, c. 7th century BCE; the laws' harshness gave rise to the word "draconian"
Gaius Marius
   was a   
Roman Statesman
Elected consul an unprecedented seven times
Pericles
   was an   
Athenian Statesman
Turned the Delian League into an Athenian empire; c. 495-429 BCE
Seneca the Younger
   was a   
Roman Statesman
Forced to commit suicide for complicity in the Pisonian conspiracy
Lucius Cornelius Sulla
   was a   
Roman Statesman
One of the canonical great men of Roman history; 138-78 BC
Themistocles
   was an   
Athenian Statesman
Sent into exile in Argos
Draco
   was an   
Athenian Statesman
First lawgiver of ancient Athens, c. 7th century BCE; the laws' harshness gave rise to the word "draconian"
Gaius Marius
   was a   
Roman Statesman
Elected consul an unprecedented seven times






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