Definition of Margaret Thatcher
1. Noun. British stateswoman; first woman to serve as Prime Minister (born in 1925).
Generic synonyms: Stateswoman
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Literary usage of Margaret Thatcher
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1. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1887)
"Mrs. Margaret Thatcher ... Here li/eth interred the body of Mrs. Margaret Thatcher, formerly wife of Mr. J**ob Sheafe, and late ye wife of the Reverend Mr. ..."
2. Politicians and Apartheid: Trailing in the People's Wake by John Gardner (1997)
"In common with Mangosuthu Buthelezi and Helen Suzman, Margaret Thatcher urged more investment in South Africa, pointing out how the black share ..."
3. Hope for South Africa? by Lewis H. Gann, Peter Duignan (1991)
"Hence, the 1989 Commonwealth Conference at Kuala Lumpur occasioned bitter disagreements between British prime minister Margaret Thatcher and the other ..."
4. "Gleaner" Articles by Nathaniel Ingersoll Bowditch, pseud Gleaner (1887)
"Mrs. Margaret Thatcher was the wife of Rev. Thomas Thatcher. Her first husband was Jacob Sheafe, a man of note, who died in 1658. ..."
5. The Shape of the New Europe by Gregory F. Treverton (1992)
"In the present British context, however, with Margaret Thatcher still much more than a distant memory, they may well have to take ..."
6. Chronicle of Progress by Ibrahim Abed, Paula Casey-Vine, Abdullah Al Jabali (1996)
"22 April: Sheikh Zayed, in discussions with the British Prime Minster, Mrs Margaret Thatcher, who was on an official visit to the ..."
7. American Horse Show Blue Book (1903)
"Third, Margaret Thatcher, С. В. Chamberlain. CLASS 4—High school horses. ... Third, Margaret Thatcher, EB Chamberlain. CLASS 9—Jumping class. Open to all. ..."