President Grant


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Noun1.President Grant - 18th President of the United StatesPresident Grant - 18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885)
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In an effort to escape the increasing pressures of the White House, President Grant would often seek refuge at the nearby Willard Hotel.
Over the next few years, Zeke finds a way to make his peace with the white Law, eventually raising a Cherokee militia and thereby earning a pardon from President Grant.
Association leaders here -- interestingly enough at the historic Willard Hotel where President Grant coined the phrase "lobbyist" -- said the federal government is a lesser headache.
The Valencia-based company - which in April fired its chief financial officer, James Selzer, and in May demoted President Grant Flaharty - sells systems that create solid models from computer images.
In 1875, President Grant repealed his earlier decree, and the federal government once again prepared to evict Joseph's band from land they had repeatedly been promised "forever.
In comments to The New York Times after the decision, Metalclad President Grant S.
Fred was challenged by DEC Storage Systems vice president Grant Saviers to "put an IBM l600bpi tape drive into a 5.
The TIA Venture Network Challenge is about fostering our industry's next great innovations," said TIA President Grant Seiffert.
THE EFFECTS of ongoing underfunding of district health boards (DHBs) are getting worse, according to NZNO president Grant Brookes.
We take in to account every idea and suggestion from the great people of the ready mixed concrete industry and incorporate them into our product, striving to build the highest quality, best-performing mixer with lowest cost of operation available," says Con-Tech co-founder and Vice President Grant McNeilus, who represents the third generation of his family's involvement in concrete delivery and plant equipment.
Things look rather bleak for President Grant this week, and with this being the last episode of the series, it's more than likely the writers won't be keen to nicely wrap things up for him.
The narrative shows how these figures maintained and occasionally furthered American interests in the region while their country was embroiled in conflict, paving the way for the 1879 tour through Rangoon, Penang, Singapore, Bangkok, and Saigon by President Grant, helping to cement US relations in the area.