Andrew Johnson

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Noun1.Andrew Johnson - 17th President of the United StatesAndrew Johnson - 17th President of the United States; was elected vice president and succeeded Lincoln when Lincoln was assassinated; was impeached but acquitted by one vote (1808-1875)
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Andrew Johnson Bank has said that it has hired a new CEO.
Grateful Andrew Johnson has thanked PCs Alan Hawthorne and Christopher Whitehead for their quick actions after he collapsed at the wheel and was left with just a slim chance of survival.
Andrew Johnson, 50, faced prosecution after he suffered a vicious beating while working in France, only for one of the attackers to claim he had injured his wrist in the assault.
Ashington were made to work hard by Heaton Stannington in the Cameron Brewery Brooks Mileson Memorial Cup before emerging 2-0 winners when Ben Harmison and Andrew Johnson netted.
With almost the last kick of the game Andrew Johnson produced a good finish past Whitley goalkeeper Dan Gladstone, and the Colliers are now in ninth position.
Andrew Johnson, finance and practice manager, Julie Tomasik, head of residential conveyancing and Neil Jones, senior associate solicitor in the corporate and commercial team have all become partners.
Since 1960, the reputation of Andrew Johnson's presidency has steadily eroded, a decline that is largely attributable to a revolution in Reconstruction scholarship.
Andrew Johnson's second-half goal was enough to coninue Rangers' unbeaten start to the campaign with Harry Redknapp's outfit on ten points from four matches.
QPR striker Andrew Johnson looks set to miss the majority of the season after suffering a serious knee injury during Saturday's goalless draw against Chelsea.
Andrew Johnson, according to the standard narrative, was a virulent racist who would never have ascended to high political office but for a series of historical accidents.
Andrew Johnson scored twice after Tim Cahill had opened the scoring.
ANDREW JOHNSON is set to lead a Fulham exodus this summer and will be offered a bumper final pay day in Qatar.