Hank Aaron

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Noun1.Hank Aaron - United States professional baseball player who hit more home runs than Babe Ruth (born in 1934)Hank Aaron - United States professional baseball player who hit more home runs than Babe Ruth (born in 1934)
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The Senate is a more difficult body because senators represent larger constituencies, which are more mixed [than those of representatives], so they have to pay more attention to fluctuations in their constituencies' opinions," said Henry Aaron, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution who serves as the chair of the Social Security Advisory Board.
28 Wake Up Little__was a hit song in 1957, when Henry Aaron was named MVP for the only time
Eventually, they will be able to set quality standards, bar plans that don't meet certain standards, and limit the sale of insurance outside exchanges, according to Henry Aaron of the Brookings Institution and Kevin W.
Eventually, the exchanges will be able to set quality standards, bar plans that do not meet certain standards, and limit the sale of insurance outside exchanges, according to Henry Aaron of the Brookings Institution and Kevin W.
And frankly, trying to pick from among series like "All in the Family," "The Honeymooners" and "The Dick Van Dyke Show" is one of those decisions that could change daily, in the same way preferring Willie Mays or Henry Aaron might change depending on mood, or the theoretical needs of one's fictional baseball team.
African American players spending their winters in the warmer climates included Henry Aaron (Puerto Rico), Willie Mays (Puerto Rico), Joe Black (Dominican Republic), Sam Noble (Cuba) and Artie Wilson (Puerto Rico).
That is a formula for disaster for the law--and for insurance companies, wrote Henry Aaron, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, in a perspective article (N.
Before Henry Aaron was a baseball Hall of Famer, he was a hopeful black kid from Mobile, Ala.
3) Pete Rose, left, tips his cap after being announced for the MLB All-Century Team in 1999, with Henry Aaron.
Attendance records surged and stars like future Hall of Fame residents Henry Aaron and Eddie Mathews captivated fans.
This isn't the classic crisis that lets someone show his greatness," said Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Henry Aaron.
As Henry Aaron of the Brookings Institution asked in the title of a 2007 presentation: "Chronic Deficit: Entitlement Crisis?