James Monroe


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Noun1.James Monroe - 5th President of the United StatesJames Monroe - 5th President of the United States; author of the Monroe Doctrine (1758-1831)
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James Monroe, who worked at FOX affiliate KSTU-13 in Salt Lake City and at CBS affiliate WROC-8 in Rochester, N.Y., is now Director of Sales for North America at CP Communications.
James Monroe Capital Corporation is a holding company that focuses on acquisitions, start-ups, and real estate.
presidents died on the Fourth of July - John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe all died on Independence Day. 
James Monroe became the first President of the United States to visit Michigan.
What really triggered it was, I learned about this congressional race between two future presidents James Madison and James Monroe. It was the only time two presidents have run against each other for a lesser office.
The benefit concert will also feature Michael Arden, Roger Bart, Jodi Benson, Ashley Brown, Kerry Butler, Nick Cordero, Susan Egan, Harvey Fierstein, Cheryl Freeman, James Monroe Iglehart, Adam Jacobs, Judy Kuhn, Patina Miller, Roz Ryan, Vaneese Thomas, Lillias White and more.
The firm added that it would not support any overture by Globalstar to seek additional financing from the controlling shareholder Thermo Companies, a group of privately-owned businesses which are majority-owned by James Monroe III, the company's Chairman and CEO, in exchange for convertible instruments senior to equity.
- James Monroe, Ambassador of the Republic of New Zealand.
Monroe Doctrine, foreign policy presented by President James Monroe in 1823, acted as a torch for the American foreign policy, until 1917 when the then President Woodrow Wilson decided to join the First World War.
A William Randolph Hearst B William Phillip Morris C John Davison Rockefeller D James Monroe Rockefeller 3.