John D. Rockefeller

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Noun1.John D. Rockefeller - United States industrialist who made a fortune in the oil business and gave half of it away (1839-1937)John D. Rockefeller - United States industrialist who made a fortune in the oil business and gave half of it away (1839-1937)
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Mr. Rockefeller did not discover the hog, but it is considered his by right of resemblance.
He virtually introduced us to Secretary Kissinger, Mr. Rockefeller, and the former World Bank President, Mr.
Mr. Rockefeller was the chairman and CEO of Chase Manhattan Bank and the former chairman of the board of the Rockefeller Group.
As chairman, Mr. Rockefeller will lead the board of directors in its oversight of the firm's business, and will work closely with Rockefeller & Co.
Others were almost in pain to be noticed by the modest giver-of-all-good-things -- Mr. Rockefeller -- and the honoree, Mr.
The famous Mr. Rockefeller who was her father's boss, wanted to avoid duty taxes, so it was arranged for Susan and Tia to wear heavy woollen kilts, although it was July.
I agree that a man who is trying to get rich by selling drugs should be put in prison for a long time, but that should be left up to the judge, not Mr. Rockefeller. The judge is the one who hears the man's case and reads the man's record, this law does not let him sentence the individual in a justifiable manner.
program helped ''prevent a number of attacks,'' but Mr. Rockefeller said he had ''heard nothing'' to suggest that was true.
Interestingly, Yankelovich argued that the use of such surveys in policy work was not "objective" even though it did serve as a means to advance social "science." The research was not neutral science since the goal was to advance "Mr. Rockefeller's objectives." This meant "channeling" the energies of young people "along constructive lines." If successful the results would put "Mr.
Mr. Rockefeller was for 15 years (1970-85) the chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations, the principal organization pushing the NAU.