Abraham Lincoln

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Noun1.Abraham Lincoln - 16th President of the United StatesAbraham Lincoln - 16th President of the United States; saved the Union during the American Civil War and emancipated the slaves; was assassinated by Booth (1809-1865)
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News of the card's survival was not greeted with huge roars, as you would expect at a big meeting, but the few who did brave the elements were rewarded with good-quality fare for a Tuesday afternoon, and in Abe Lincoln saw a horse who could be competitive on a grander stage in summer.
They are excited to have the enthusiastic participation of the street art community and are launching with dynamic works from seven artists: Citty Kitty, The Primate, HISS, Belowkey, Abe Lincoln Jr.
That wise man was Abe Lincoln, who managed the US through a Civil War - yeah, but could he have made it through a season in the Prem?
30) looks at the mercy of BARSANTI, while ABE LINCOLN, a beaten favourite in the Hunt Cup, gets another chance in the John Smith's Racing Handicap (1.
ABE LINCOLN (Jeremy Noseda) ABE Lincoln was another who things didn't go right for, but could have Royal Ascot on the agenda.
Britain, barmy Britain, read what Abe Lincoln suggested 150 years ago.
4 BILL AND TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE (1989) TWO slackers, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter, travel through time to avoid flunking history, meeting Napoleon, Joan Of Arc and Abe Lincoln along the way.
But we must ensure we keep well out of it As Abe Lincoln famously said: "you do not strengthen the weak, by weakening the strong".
Honest Abe Lincoln said that the ideal of government was; "Of the People, By the People, For the People.
Also aligned with the Common Core, readings are based on US history, with sample lesson plans for analyzing speeches by Abe Lincoln and John F.
Its wonders included the culinary marvel "Bel-Gem Waffles,'' with strawberries and whipped cream; technological innovations like microwave ovens and computers; and exhibits ranging from Michelangelo's "Pieta'' in the Vatican Pavilion to Disney's animatronic figure of Abe Lincoln giving a speech.
Besides "Peter Pan" at North Eugene High School (see story, Page D1), a set of classic radio programs, a William Shakespeare comedy, a one-man show about Abe Lincoln and a youth production of "The Music Man" open on local stages this weekend.