Bill Clinton

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Noun1.Bill Clinton - 42nd President of the United States (1946-)Bill Clinton - 42nd President of the United States (1946-)
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TED's diverse audience - CEOs, scientists, creatives, and philanthropists - is almost as extraordinary as the speakers who have included Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Bono of U2, Stephen Hawking, James Cameron, Al Gore, Sir Richard Branson and UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
The diverse audience -- CEOs, scientists, creatives, and philanthropists -- is almost as extraordinary as the speakers, who have included Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Nandan Nilekani, Jane Goodall, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Sir Richard Branson, Philippe Starck and Bono.
Children's masterpieces to honor their global leaders: The Arts Olympiad finalists led by the ICAF Youth Board Members produced 15 murals to honor their creative global leaders: David Beckham, Jeffrey Bezos, President and First Lady Bush, former President Bill Clinton and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, Bill Gates, Herbert Hainer, Robert A.
The number of white voters who would oppose Obama on racial grounds yet cast ballots for the other leading Democratic candidates--Hillary Clinton, Bill Richardson, and even $400-haircut John Edwards--is vanishingly small.
On the receiving end of McFarlane's charge were Gordon Clinton, Bill Cadby and Jon Miley - who also saw his opponent check out on 146.
Francis' life is filled with commendations from world figures like Nelson Mandela, President Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, and Pope John Paul II and he has received numerous honorary degrees.
To Hillary Clinton, Bill Frist, John Kerry, Newt Gingrich, Barack Obama, John McCain, and all others who get mentioned as our next president, merry Christmas.
It has been heartening to have people like President Clinton, Bill Cosby, and Jamie Foxx asking what they can do, offering to lend their celebrity to raise money or bring attention and support to our efforts.
Like Hillary Clinton, Bill Richardson--who served in the Clinton administration as UN Ambassador and Secretary of Energy--has been transparently cynical.