1st earl cromer evelyn



[bair-ing] /ˈbɛər ɪŋ/
noun
alexander, 1st baron ashburton, 1774–1848, british statesman.
evelyn, 1st earl of cromer, 1841–1917, british statesman and diplomat.
baring
/ˈbɛərɪŋ/
noun
evelyn, 1st earl of cromer. 1841–1917, english administrator. as consul general in egypt with plenipotentiary powers, he controlled the egyptian government from 1883 to 1907

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