President Carter

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Noun1.President Carter - 39th President of the United States (1924-)President Carter - 39th President of the United States (1924-)
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The Crown Prince welcomed the former President Carter and his accompanying delegation.
It was wonderful to see The Carter Center, to see the great work it does and to spend time with my friend, former President Carter.
President Carter said the Bill would "change the balance from protecting those who exploit others through purchasing sex, towards protecting those who are being exploited".
President Carter toured ZTE s Research and Development Center in Shanghai, home to some of the company s most significant technology research projects in telecommunications networks and devices.
The book includes a foreword by President Carter, historical context, genealogical research tips, acknowledgment of still-to-be solved mysteries, previously unpublished photographs, the wills of several ancestors, and a bibliography.
President Carter had only been in the White House a few months before coming to the North East.
Our first contact with President Carter was when he sent us a message of support when we started the three-year restoration of the house in 2005.
Former President Carter is traveling in a strict private capacity,'' acting deputy State Department spokesman Mark Toner told reporters, adding Carter will not carry any message from the administration of President Barack Obama.
President Carter is in Lebanon to monitor the election and the formation of the next government for the Carter Center, the organization that the former president founded with his wife Rosalynn in 1982 that works to strengthen democratic institutions throughout the world.
We apologise unreservedly to both Zbigniew Brzezinski and President Carter for any embarrassment our publication may have caused them.
And yet in political terms, President Reagan was a profound success and President Carter an utter failure.