Millard Fillmore

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Noun1.Millard Fillmore - elected vice president and became the 13th President of the United States when Zachary Taylor died in office (1800-1874)Millard Fillmore - elected vice president and became the 13th President of the United States when Zachary Taylor died in office (1800-1874)
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Grant, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, and William Henry Harrison; the papers of psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud; a collection of more than 4,600 newspapers from Japanese-American internment camps; a collection of web-based comic books; and 25,000 fire insurance maps from communities across the U.
Presidents Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, William Henry Harrison and James K.
More affluent members of the unit had this engraved with their names and that of the group's commander, former President Millard Fillmore.
DeBakey, then returned to Buffalo as a fellow in surgical research at Millard Fillmore Hospital.
His actions were closely monitored by President Millard Fillmore and within twelve years, Strang had been assassinated, seemingly with the assistance of federal authorities.
One of them, the long forgotten Millard Fillmore, became the 13th president of the United States.
BORN NICOLAS Cage, US film actor, 1964, above MILLARD Fillmore, US president, 1800 KENNY Loggins, US pop singer, 1948 DIED CATHERINE of Aragon, Queen of England, 1536 MAGNUS Magnusson, presenter, 2007, above NIKOLA Tesla, electrical engineer, 1943
The book is peppered with wacky diagrams drawn by Marx; most are intentionally primitive, but her Millard Fillmore, on a list of "Presidents to Forget," is surprisingly on the money.
Gerhardt's premises are that constitutional law develops outside (as well as inside) of the courts, and that not only George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and the Roosevelts (Theodore and Franklin) but also Martin Van Buren, Millard Fillmore, and the Harrisons (William Henry and Benjamin) contributed importantly to constructing constitutional institutions, practices, and values.
In 1800, the 13th president of the United States, Millard Fillmore, was born in Summerhill, New York.
Obama has so far vetoed fewer bills than any full-term president since Millard Fillmore - only two, and both for technical reasons.
He had his residency training of Cardiovascular Surgery at University of Tennessee Hospitals; and Thoracic Surgery at Regional Medicine Center at Memphis; and General Surgery Millard Fillmore in Buffalo.