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 (ăg′no͞o′, -nyo͞o′), Spiro Theodore 1918-1996.
Vice president of the United States (1969-1973) under Richard M. Nixon. Agnew resigned amid charges of illegal financial dealings during his governorship of Maryland (1966-1968).


(Biography) Spiro (ˈspɪərəʊ) Theodore. 1918–96, US Republican politician; vice president (1969–73)


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Spi•ro T(heodore) (ˈspɪər oʊ) 1918–96, U.S. vice president 1969–73; resigned 1973.
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You remember that landscape of mine, for which Agnew offered me such a huge price but which I would not part with?
Agnew is highly-rated by manager Steve Bruce, who ended a two-month pursuit by adding the former Middlesbrough boss to his coaching staff last month.
TONY Pulis's Middlesbrough will be a team to watch in 2018, predicts Steve Agnew.
Scott Agnew will have to serve at least 18-and-a-half years for the murder of Stewart Rexter.
STEVE AGNEW insisted Liverpool's Euro party should never have got started.
STEVE Agnew is hoping to put the brakes on Antonio Conte's surge towards a first Premier League title to keep Middlesbrough's survival hopes alive.
MIDDLESBRO 2 MAN CITY 2 MIDDLESBROUGH interim boss Steve Agnew criticised the controversial penalty decision against Manchester City which left his side's Premier League survival hopes hanging by a thread.
BTIG, LLC has hired John Agnew, Drew Hall and Evan Jones, CFA within BTIG's Fixed Income Credit Group, the company said.
In late July, at the request of Waste Management officials, Rock Island Mayor Randy Agnew met with two Waste Management managers and toured the Greater Wenatchee Regional Landfill and Recycling Center in Douglas County.
THREE BBC cricket commentators had to pay off a policeman threatening to arrest their colleague Jonathan Agnew.
Driver Jonathan Agnew was unable to produce his licence when their car was stopped.
Ian Murray hailed Scott Agnew after the midfielder hit a debut double to send the Buddies through.