Warder and his wife had just purchased an old farm that had once belonged to President Harrison
overlooking the Ohio River in North Bend, Ohio.
As the 1892 election approached and voters grew disillusioned with President Harrison
, Cleveland regained popularity and began campaigning to recapture the presidency.
The Memorial was formally presented to President Harrison
on March 5, 1891.
FELA was originally passed in 1908 when President Harrison
compared the dangers of working in the railroad industry to the plights of soldiers at war.
Cleveland beat President Harrison
and moved back into the White House, the only man in American history to make such a dramatic comeback.
Posing the question of why President Harrison
sent the army to South Dakota to put down an "uprising" that threatened neither person nor property, the author argues that politics in the bitterly divided United States were the real reason for the presence of so many soldiers.
You wouldn't want to mess with US President Harrison
Ford, though that's what foolish hijackers do when they seize Air Force One.
Overall, use of this biofuel "reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 85% compared to diesels from fossil oil," says Solazyme President Harrison
On 21 June the HNEAHS and NSW Nurses' Association appeared before Deputy President Harrison
of the NSW Industrial Commission.
made good hay of President Harrison
Ford, but so many of the examples were stretched that it diluted the impact of the numerous real coincidences.
Cette acquisition modeste constitue une expansion naturelle de notre secteur de l'alimentation surgelee dans le marche asiatique," declara le president Harrison
McCain a l'annonce de l'acquisition.
In Air Force One, President Harrison
Ford personally headbutted the Russians, Bill Pullman's have- a-go-hero barely paused to wipe away a tear when his wife became the First Lady to be bumped off by aliens in Independence Day.