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  1. Charles Grey, II conde de Grey ( 13 de marzo de 1764 – 17 de julio de 1845 ), miembro de la Orden de la Jarretera, miembro del Consejo Privado del Reino Unido, fue diplomático, político y Primer Ministro whig (liberal) británico. Fue conocido como Charles Grey hasta 1806, y como Vizconde de Howick desde 1806 hasta 1807 .

  2. Charles Gray (born Donald Marshall Gray; 28 August 1928 – 7 March 2000) was an English actor who was well known for roles including the arch-villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld in the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever, Dikko Henderson in a previous Bond film, You Only Live Twice, and Sherlock Holmes's brother Mycroft Holmes in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

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    Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, KG PC, known as Viscount Howick between 1806 and 1807, was a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1830 to 1834. He was a descendant of the noble House of Grey and a member of the Whig Party. Grey was a long-time leader of multiple reform movements, and as prime minister, his government was known for bringing about two notable reforms. The Reform Act 1832 brought about parliamentary reform, bringing changes to the House of Commons

    Descended from a long-established Northumbrian family seated at Howick Hall, Grey was the second but eldest surviving son of General Charles Grey KB and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of George Grey of Southwick, co. Durham. He had four brothers and two sisters. He was educated at Richmond School, followed by Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge, acquiring a facility in Latin and in English composition and declamation that enabled him to become one of the foremost parliamentary orators of his gene

    He became the second Earl Grey, Viscount Howick and Baron Grey of Howick on 14 November 1807 upon the death of his father. Upon the death of his uncle on 30 March 1808 he became the third Baronet Grey of Howick.

    Grey was elected to Parliament for the Northumberland constituency on 14 September 1786, aged just 22. He became a part of the Whig circle of Charles James Fox, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, and the Prince of Wales, and soon became one of the major leaders of the Whig party. He was

    In 1806, Grey, by then Lord Howick owing to his father's elevation to the peerage as Earl Grey, became a part of the Ministry of All the Talents as First Lord of the Admiralty. Following Fox's death later that year, Howick took over both as foreign secretary and as leader of the

    The government fell from power the next year, and, after a brief period as a member of parliament for Appleby from May to July 1807, Howick went to the Lords, succeeding his father as Earl Grey. He continued in opposition for the next 23 years. There were times during this period

    Before his marriage, Grey had an affair with the married Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire. Grey met Cavendish while attending a Whig society meeting in Devonshire House, and they became lovers. In 1791 she became pregnant and was sent to France, where she gave birth to an illegitimate daughter, who was raised by Grey's parents: 1. Eliza Courtney. She married Robert Ellice.

    Grey is commemorated by Grey's Monument in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, which consists of a statue of Lord Grey standing atop a 40 m high column. The monument was damaged by lightning in 1941 and the statue's head was knocked off. The monument lends its name to Monument Metro station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, located directly underneath. Grey Street in Newcastle upon Tyne, which runs south-east from the monument, is also named after Grey. Durham University's Grey College is named after G

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    Charles Grey tiene el pelo plateado hasta la barbilla, a excepción de algunos mechones en la parte posterior de la cabeza que se extienden hasta la mitad de la espalda, y de su fleco alborotado. Él es más chico en estatura que Charles Phipps , con una apariencia juvenil, cuerpo delgado y características faciales jóvenes que constan de ojos plateados y pestañas largas. Su uniforme es similar al de Phipps; Sin embargo, tiene algunos ajustes personales. Lleva los pantalones metidos en las botas, deja su frac blanco desabrochado, dejando al descubierto un encaje adornado, camisa de botones oscura con una delgada, larga corbata de lazo alrededor de su cuello. Por encima de su pecho izquierdo, porta un pin que consta de un arco con una vista de perfil de la reina Victoria colgando debajo de él en una cadena. En comparación con las que Phippsy John Brown poseen, la chaqueta tiene faldones considerablemente más largos. También lleva guantes negros para proporcionar agarre cuando blande su e...

    Grey es un individuo enérgico y vigoroso con una habilidad especial para participar en combate cuerpo a cuerpo; él encuentra el luchar emocionante, y se refiere a esta como "jugar" en algunas ocasiones. Grey goza de la lucha contra los opositores adeptos en particular; por lo general adopta una actitud alegre mientras lo hace, como se indica cuando felizmente comenta sobre las armas de Mayleney sonríe durante todo el enfrentamiento. Grey ha declarado que odia perder, utilizando cualquier tipo de método para ganar. Arrogante en cuanto a sus habilidades, su excelencia en las batallas de corto alcance lo llevaron a ser capaz de cortar las armas de Maylene por la mitad. También parece tener poca preocupación en cuanto a si su oponente es hombre o mujer, después de haber pisado fuerte en el pecho a Maylene con fuerza suficiente para hacer que escupa sangre y caiga al suelo. A pesar de su gran celo por la lucha , cuando se detiene, Grey no volverá a atacar. A pesar de su conducta típicame...

    Charles Grey usa su mano izquierda cuando empuña su espada, por lo que se puede suponer que es zurdo.

  3. Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, British politician, leader of the Whig (liberal) Party, and prime minister (1830–34), who presided over the passage of the Reform Act of 1832, modernizing the franchise and the electoral system. Grey received a conventional aristocratic education at Eton and Cambridge.

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    Earl Charles Grey (チャールズ・グレイ, Chāruzu Gurei) is one of Queen Victoria's Private Secretarial Officers and butlers. He and his counterpart Charles Phipps are collectively referred to as "Double Charles." His family is averred to be so famous that a tea flavor has been named after them (Earl Grey).

    Grey is a young man with silver eyes, long eyelashes, and choppy, uneven silver hair; his hair is largely of chin-length, except for some locks at the rear of his head that extend to the middle of his back. He is roughly a head shorter than Charles Phipps. Grey dresses in a white swallow-tail coat, which is unfastened, thereby exposing a dark, lace-embellished, button-down shirt and a white western tie. His white pants are tucked into knee-high boots, over which are knee-high spats. He sports bl...

    Grey is a bold, self-assured individual with a penchant for close combat; he finds fighting rather thrilling and refers to it as "play" at times. Grey is staunchly loyal to Queen Victoria and dutifully carries out his tasks alongside his counterpart Charles Phipps, with whom he is frequently paired. Confident in his swordsmanship, Grey readily engages in combat whenever the opportunity presents itself, such as when he battled Mey-Rin, a professional assassin, and, with consummate ease, sliced he...

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    Charles Grey was a member of Sir Francis Dashwood's Order of the Friars of St. Francis of Wycombe, which later officially adopted their "Hellfire Club" nickname. In 1757, fellow member John Wilkes played a practical joke involving an ape disguised as the devil, mortifying Grey. Given an opiate to calm him, Charles was overcome by fear the devil would take him. Hoping to escape this via repenting, Charles begged God for forgiveness as he stabbed himself in the heart. Though his body perished, Charles' spirit remained on Earth, unable to interact with others. One hundred years later to the very night, as Charles' descendant, Malkin Grey, began to beat his wife, Eleanor, Charles found himself able to pick up a dagger, with which he stabbed Malkin. As Malkin died, Charles' spirit secretly possessed Malkin's body, reviving it, while Malkin's spirit in turn possessed a stillborn kitten. Charles spent the next year in a loveless marriage with Eleanor, who drew comfort from the ever-present...


    Charles Grey's spirit survived his physical body's death, and he could possess and control others (or at least his descendant). His spirit could move physical objects under unspecified circumstances.

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