President Bush

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Noun1.President Bush - 43rd President of the United StatesPresident Bush - 43rd President of the United States; son of George Herbert Walker Bush (born in 1946)
2.President Bush - vice president under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (born in 1924)
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Emboldened by the complicity of Mr. Bush and other leaders, China is harassing or locking up critics, threatening journalists and selectively denying visas.
Mr. Bush has limited leverage, but his limitless passion for an unproven missile defense system has made it easier for the Russian leader to deflect criticism.
Neal, D-Springfield, echoing a common sentiment that Mr. Bush's proposed budget will be drastically altered in Congress, called the final budget of the president's administration "unrealistic."
At the time he signed the act, Mr. Bush attached a "signing statement," effectively nullifying the act by claiming that he could suspend its application in the interests of national security.
May the Lord bless you in your work today." Now that the new owner wanted a Christian philosophy to permeate the center, Mr. Bush felt it was important to introduce some changes.
Bush's anti-abortion, pro-traditional-marriage statements make him a bona fide pro-lifer and friend of Catholicism misunderstand either Mr. Bush or Catholicism, possibly both.
It appears to be lost on Mr. Bush that free speech is not a hollow end in itself.
But, Mr. Bush vowed, "one way or the other, Saddam Hussein, for the sake of peace and for the security of the American people, will be disarmed."
At a "prayer breakfast" attended by foreign dignitaries, congressmen, and prominent clerics, Mr. Bush urged the populace to turn to prayer amidst a national crisis precipitated by an enclave of Mohammedan saboteurs.
MR. BUSH'S BATTLES (The Japan Times, an English-language daily)
From a wire report in The Dallas Morning News: "Making his pitch to be the environmental candidate, Mr. Bush challenged Mr.
Mr. Bush began his administration with the highest sustained black approval ratings of any Republican president since Dwight Eisenhower.