President Reagan


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Noun1.President Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)President Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)
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President Reagan survived and the cause for which we all work so hard benefitted enormously.
President Reagan thought deeply about the great issues of his time, and could communicate his thoughts simply and clearly, both in spoken and written words.
President Reagan was hit in the chest and suffered a punctured lung and internal bleeding after deranged gunman John Hinckley Jnr opened fire on him with a pistol.
The picture of President Reagan standing in front of the Berlin Gate and stating in a voice that was clear, strong and full of conviction, "Mr.
A joke by President Reagan about bombing Russia brought protests from around the world, including Britain yesterday.
President Reagan will undergo a three-hour intestinal operation today after doctors found a large and possibly pre-cancerous growth during the routine removal yesterday of a smaller, benign growth.
He says President Reagan pursued liberal ends beneath the conservative surface and his optimism stemmed from a kind of Emersonian religion that rejected the idea of sin, downplayed the need for redemption through the cross, affirmed the desires of the self and identified the daily struggles of ordinary people with heroism and holiness.
6, the 96th anniversary of the birth of President Reagan.
During the build-up to the 2003 attack on Iraq, the Bush administration spoke at great length about Saddam's supposedly massive arsenal of biological and chemical weapons without acknowledging that whatever capacity he had to manufacture such arms had been provided to him by the United States under president Reagan and the first President Bush (with Donald Rumsfeld, then a special presidential envoy to Baghdad, playing a pivotal role in a 1983 meeting with Saddam).
Those of us who have spent time in the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Business, hold President Reagan in especially high regard.