Ulysses S. Grant

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Noun1.Ulysses S. Grant - 18th President of the United StatesUlysses S. Grant - 18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885)
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You have heard us grant that claim, and welcome it.
Part of the US grant will also help train officers to uphold human rights when dealing with the public as well as suspected criminals during their investigations.
During their meeting, Finance Minister Mohammed Zemam and US ambassador to Yemen Matthew Tueller reviewed a $30 million US grant allotted to the Social Welfare Fund (SWF).
The chief minister welcomed the US grant especially $ 66 million for municipal services delivery, $155.
Saif underscored the importance of assistance by the international community to Jordan in this field, expressing gratitude by the Jordanian government to recent additional US grant of $ 200 million as a contribution to ease the financial burdens as a result of hosting thousands of Syrians in the country.
If the allowances are so important to "maintain the high level of the university then let us grant them only to those who bring in research programmes and create jobs for unemployed scientists," she said.
TND engineers and consult prepared a feasibility study for improving the supply of energy to the southern Kyrgyzstan for funds from the US grant in 2006-2007.
Supporters can donate, refer a child, and spread the word to help us grant as many wishes as possible.
Inspired by the world of art museums and galleries, the site is designed to showcase the rich diversity of The Luxury Collection portfolio, which features some of the world's most iconic, award-winning properties, including Hotel Danieli, Venice; Hotel Imperial, Vienna; Grande Bretagne, Athens; Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa, French Polynesia; The US Grant, San Diego; Palace Hotel, San Francisco and The Phoenician, Scottsdale.
Don Wehby said the US grant would allow Jamaica to shed all holdings in the airline by March 2009.
The Associated Press reported that Jamaican Senator Don Wehby stated that the US grant would allow Jamaica to get rid of all holdings in the airline by March 2009.
The money will be used to help us grant wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses.