George Bush


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Noun1.George Bush - 43rd President of the United StatesGeorge Bush - 43rd President of the United States; son of George Herbert Walker Bush (born in 1946)
2.George Bush - vice president under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (born in 1924)
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"Jeb, Neil, Marvin, Doro, and I are saddened to announce that after 94 remarkable years, our dear Dad has died," George Bush Jr, who went on to serve as the 43rd US president, said in a statement.
George Bush Snr, 93 1989-1993 Championed return to traditional values and led the US into the first Gulf War.
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TAV announced on its website on Friday that ATE[pounds sterling] Duty Free, a joint venture of TAV has been awarded the tender for the 10-year management of duty free shops based on a 700-square-meter area at the Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
This avenue incidentally joins the George Bush Highway at the Achimota intersection.
The Iraqi journalist jailed for hurling his shoes at former US President George Bush is set to be released on Monday.
First he declared illegal war on Iraq; he helped undermine one of the greatest institutions of our time, the United Nations; he used his dodgy dossier to lie about weapons of mass destruction; told Parliament that he persuaded George Bush to adopt a road map for peace with two states, Israel and Palestine.
A spokesman said: "It seems that when George Bush visits this country, traditional rights of assembly and movement are removed from the people.
AMERICA'S latest air force graduates got more than they bargained for when President George Bush joined their graduation celebrations.
That question dogged AT&T last week when rock band Pearl Jam yowled that the telecom giant and Internet service provider bleeped lyrics critical of George Bush during a Lollapalooza webcast.
I was appalled to read that your writer (in "Workplace Fatalities Decline," Risk & Insurance[R], November 2006, page 38) chose to impugn President George Bush by quoting the AFL-CIO president, John Sweeney: "Yet six years of Bush administration neglect and failure of workplace health and safety have put millions of workers at increased danger." Interesting that the article indicated that 2005 was a safer year than 2004, except for the failed policies of George Bush.
investment in Russia is on the rise and can be expected to increase, thanks to an agreement signed last month in Hanoi, Vietnam, by President George Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin.