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Gresham, Sir Thomas Line breaks: Sir Thomas Gre¦sham
Pronunciation: /ˈɡrɛʃəm/

Definition of Gresham, Sir Thomas in English:

( Circa 1519–79), English financier. He founded the Royal Exchange in 1566 and served as the chief financial adviser to the Elizabethan government.

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