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  1. Cam·er·on, David
    IPA[ˈkamərən]
    • 1. (born 1966), British Conservative statesman, prime minister 2010–16 (2010–15 in coalition with the Liberal Democrats); full name David William Donald Cameron.

    • Charles Philip Arthur George, Prince of Wales (born 1948), heir apparent to Elizabeth II. He married Lady Diana Spencer in 1981; the couple had two children, Prince William Arthur Philip Louis (b.1982) and Prince Henry Charles Albert David (known as Prince Harry, b.1984), and were divorced in 1996. In 2005 he married Mrs. Camilla Parker Bowles (b.1947); she became HRH the Duchess of Cornwall.
    • (1143–1214), grandson of David I; king of Scotland 1165–1214; known as William the Lion.
    • (1913–2001), US electrical engineer, inventor, and businessman; full name William Reddington Hewlett. He invented an audio oscillator and with David Packard (1912–96) cofounded the Hewlett–Packard Company in 1939.
    • Charles Philip Arthur George, Prince of Wales (born 1948), heir apparent to Elizabeth II. He married Lady Diana Spencer in 1981; the couple had two children, Prince William Arthur Philip Louis (b.1982) and Prince Henry Charles Albert David (known as Prince Harry, b.1984), and were divorced in 1996. In 2005 he married Mrs Camilla Parker Bowles (b.1947); she became HRH the Duchess of Cornwall.
    • (born 1966), British Conservative statesman, prime minister 2010–16 (2010–15 in coalition with the Liberal Democrats); full name David William Donald Cameron.
    • (1143–1214), grandson of David I, king of Scotland 1165–1214; known as William the Lion. He attempted to reassert Scottish independence but was forced to pay homage to Henry II of England after being captured by him in 1174.
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