Andrew Jackson

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Noun1.Andrew Jackson - 7th president of the USAndrew Jackson - 7th president of the US; successfully defended New Orleans from the British in 1815; expanded the power of the presidency (1767-1845)
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While new to the job, Composite Panel Association President Jackson Morrill is no stranger to the industry.
As president Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act, resulting in what amounted to ethnic cleansing, and aided in the suppression of anti-slavery petitions in Congress.
However, Chamber of Mines of Zambia president Jackson Sikamo said the mining companies were not holding U.
Many historians and economists, by contrast, still place primary blame for the Panic of 1837 on the policies of President Jackson.
Featuring the clean shaven "Pacific Rim" actor, Hunnam is back in Charming without his usual biker scruff as he reprise his role as SAMCRO's president Jackson "Jax" Teller.
Everyone's worried about whether or not Lenovo would be able to turn Motorola from a loss to a profit in short term," Tanrich Securities vice president Jackson Wong told AFP.
It is the twelfth Chinese bank to be listed in Hong Kong, it's not something new anymore," Tanrich Securities vice president Jackson Wong told AFP.
Cartoonists used the donkey to show just how stubborn President Jackson could be.
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Conversely, President Jackson believed that embracing protests and civil disobedience fostered disrespect for the law and contributed to unnecessary turmoil in society.
Newsweek's Jon Meacham, author of the new Andrew Jackson biography, "American Lion," noted in a recent National Public Radio interview that President Jackson, estranged from the press, responded by publishing his own newspaper.
We recognize the significance of her leadership and her advice about what we as women can do for ourselves in the future," said President Jackson.