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Martin Van Buren

Van Bu·ren

 (văn byo͝or′ən), Martin 1782-1862.
The eighth president of the United States (1837-1841), who served as vice president (1833-1837) under Andrew Jackson before being elected president in 1836. His administration was marked by the financial crisis of 1837 and opposition to the annexation of Texas.

Van Buren

(væn ˈbjʊərən)
(Biography) Martin. 1782–1862, US Democratic statesman; 8th president of the US (1837–41)

Van Bu•ren

(væn ˈbyʊər ən)
Martin, 1782–1862, 8th president of the U.S. 1837–41.
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