Daniel Webster

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Noun1.Daniel Webster - United States politician and orator (1782-1817)Daniel Webster - United States politician and orator (1782-1817)
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The mayor of the village, in delivering the prize to the author of it, made a warm speech in which he said that it was by far the most "eloquent" thing he had ever listened to, and that Daniel Webster himself might well be proud of it.
The pedlar meditated with much fervor on the charms of the young schoolmistress, and swore that Daniel Webster never spoke nor looked so like an angel as Miss Higginbotham, while defending him from the wrathful populace at Parker's Falls.
Mike Lee (R-UT), Patrick Leahy (D-VT), John Hoeven (R-ND), and Ted Cruz (R-TX) introduced the Daniel Webster Congressional Clerkship Act, a bill that would improve the business of Congress and increase the publics understanding of its work by establishing a structured congressional clerkship program for recent law school graduates and young lawyers.
allowing it to absorb all of Daniel Webster College's students and continue running the Nashua school's programs and operations while retaining most staff and faculty.
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Typical of the crooks at Countrywide Land who were jailed was 29-year-old Daniel Webster.
Daniel Webster, 27, from Solihull, entertained the crowd with his other talent - breakdancing - as he waited for his chance to sing.
and the Daniel Webster Council Boy Scouts of America officials presented a $3,000 contribution to America's Credit Union Museum Executive Director Peggy Powell.
however, the bloodless Aroostook War was resolved peacefully, and the Webster--Ashburton Treaty was signed by Secretary of State Daniel Webster and British Foreign Minister Alexander Baring, the first Baron Ashburton.
1780 by John Adams, James Bowdoin, John Hancock, and other scholar-patriots, the Academy has elected leading "thinkers and doers" from each generation, including George Washington and Benjamin Franklin in the eighteenth century, Daniel Webster and Ralph Waldo Emerson in the nineteenth, and Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill in the twentieth.
Institutions like Daniel Webster, Waldorf, and the New England College of Business and Finance have survived the Darwinian economic downsizing that has forced many similarly situated colleges to merge or go out of business.
Flying the flag are Gary Little, Mark Nelson, Daniel Webster and inimitable host Joe Heenan.