Grover Cleveland


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Noun1.Grover Cleveland - 22nd and 24th President of the United States (1837-1908)Grover Cleveland - 22nd and 24th President of the United States (1837-1908)
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1886: The Statue of Liberty Enlightening The World - to give it its full name - was dedicated by President Grover Cleveland as a monument to democracy.
In 1894 the United States Congress unanimously voted to approve legislation to make Labour Day a national holiday which was signed by President Grover Cleveland.
Mugwump has also been used by Native Americans for a war leader, before the term was appropriated to refer to members of the American Republican Party who switched to support Democratic White House candidate Grover Cleveland.
Grover Cleveland, sensitive and confrontational, fears that he will one day be schizophrenic like his father.
Before Gore's defeat to George W Bush in 2000, just three other candidates - Andrew Jackson, Samuel Tilden and Grover Cleveland - had won the popular vote but lost the election.
WILSON Pickett, US R&B singer, 1941 GROVER Cleveland, US president, 1837 COURTNEY Pine, UK jazz musician, 1964, above BOB Woolmer, South African cricketer, 2007 IVAN the Terrible, Russian Tsar, 1584 NATASHA Richardson, UK actress, 2009, above
Blaine, and instead supported the Democratic candidate, Grover Cleveland.
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The $10 switched from Andrew Jackson to Alexander Hamilton; Jackson replaced Grover Cleveland on the $20 bill; William McKinley took the $500 bill from John Marshall; and Cleveland assumed Hamilton's spot on the $1,000 note.
Grover Cleveland not only ran for president three times, he won on his third try.
Buffalo produced two of our most pacific presidents: Millard Fillmore, who opposed the Mexican War, rebuffed the Southern Democrat expansionists who wanted to take Cuba, and as a Peace Whig sought an alternative to Civil War; and Grover Cleveland, who in his first inaugural address reaffirmed the Jeffersonian pledge of "peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations; entangling alliance with none," denounced U.