Colin Powell


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Noun1.Colin Powell - United States general who was the first African American to serve as chief of staff; later served as Secretary of State under President George W. Bush (born 1937)
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com (NYSE: CRM), the world's #1 CRM platform, announced today the appointment of General Colin Powell to its Board of Directors.
Alumni House, a townhouse owned by City College in the Hamilton Heights Historic District, is top become part of the recently established Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership.
London, Oct 26 ( ANI ): An outspoken advocate for US Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has retracted his claim that former Secretary of State Colin Powell has endorsed Barack Obama for re-election because they both are African America.
John Sununu, the co-chair of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign, withdrew claims he made Thursday that former Secretary of State Colin Powell endorsed President Barack Obama because of race.
It Worked for Me In Life and Leadership is packed with lessons and vivid experiences that shaped the career of general Colin Powell, and offers the 'Thirteen Rules' he's learned as a result of his leadership challenges both in the Army and in the White House.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- The world is fast changing for a better future with education, health, economic prosperity and freedom in decision-making overpowering political alienations and loyalties, said Colin Powell, former US Secretary of State.
WHAT COLIN POWELL ALSO SAID (The Washington Post, Washington)
MERSEYSIDE chemical companies were praised by US former Secretary of State Colin Powell at an industry conference in New Orleans.
First as a commander in the military and then as secretary of state, Colin Powell proved time and gain his prowess as a leader--just as Soldier: The Life of Colin Powell proves its prowess as an excellent biographical review of the man and his life.
TONY MOWBRAY has turned to American general Colin Powell to help West Brom's underperforming players kick-start their assault on the Championship.
Bush denied the United States might lose the high ground in the eyes of world opinion, as former Secretary of State Colin Powell suggested.
No longer on the world stage since his retirement in 2004, former Secretary of State Colin Powell is channeling his energy into efforts that hit closer to home.