dead president


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dead president

n
(Currencies) informal US a banknote
[C20: from the pictures of various dead presidents that appear on US banknotes]
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com)-- Arena has left the nation's administration with a dead president and a weakened military, and while the tragic memories continue to scar her, the government struggles to regroup without its leader.
A day later, Fernandez told crowds outside the cemetery where former President Juan Bosch (1963), founder of his party, is buried that the dead president is his "spiritual guide" and that his government would bring "more freedom, more social justice, and more progress.
THE majority of Americans do not believe Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone when he shot dead President John F.
Two black men named for a dead president and his assassin.
Says Caro, "You have to recognize the relationship of television not only to the dead president, but also to the new president taking over -- his reassuring, calming effect on the public because of his demeanor.
The first vice president to inherit the office from a dead president was John Tyler in 1841, when old William Henry Harrison expired after only a few weeks in office.
This poignant image went round the world and left a legacy for the children of the dead president
After all the praise and tributes to our dead president last week, liberals are terrified that all this enthusiasm might translate into votes for Bush, so are quick to pounce on any favorable comparisons.
Four area high school basketball teams that couldn't work out their differences on the basketball court instead have had their fates decided by a dead president.
David Smith, spokesman for Ted Kennedy, the younger brother of the dead President, said: "It is despicable.
The Camelot imagery, chosen by Jacqueline Kennedy after her husband's death in 1963, well-suited the nation: its dead president a heroic king, the bright men around him the knights of the Round Table.
Her obsession was sparked when stalker John Hinckley Jr tried to shoot dead President Ronald Reagan to impress her.