Old Hickory

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Noun1.Old Hickory - 7th president of the USOld Hickory - 7th president of the US; successfully defended New Orleans from the British in 1815; expanded the power of the presidency (1767-1845)
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Percy Priest Cordell Hull, Cheatham, Old Hickory, and Barkley.
com)-- ECH, Every Child's Hope - a nearly two century-old non-profit that helps families, children and youth in need - will host its 17th Annual Vehicle Assurance Golf Classic and auction September 18th at the Old Hickory Golf Club in St.
Sale includes all furniture, fixtures and equipment plus a Old Hickory Pits Wood Burning Smoker which are excellent condition.
Jackson, a rough-and-tumble individual from the hills of North Carolina--and later Tennessee--ran against the well-bred incumbent, John Quincy Adams, whose father had been the nation's second president and who had captured the election of 1824 over Jackson despite the fact that Old Hickory won the popular vote and had a plurality of electoral votes.
Army Corp of Engineer officials, Tennessee lawmakers and concerned locals attended a discussion on a proposed Industrial Land Developers rock quarry near the Old Hickory Dam in Nashville.
Here, Cheathem's interpretation of Jackson's Southern nature becomes a bit murky, but he has produced an informative work which ties the seemingly rough-cut Old Hickory back to the early days of gentry culture in Virginia.
The event was held at the Old Hickory Steakhouse at the Gaylord Opryland Resort, where the conference was located.
We agree Old Hickory has had his day, but why pick just one?
As part of the acquisition, Jacob Holm will now operate Sontara assets in Asturias, Spain, and Old Hickory, TN in the U.
Under the agreement, Jacob Holm will now operate Sontara assets in Asturias, Spain and Old Hickory, Tenn.
At closing, Jacob Holm will acquire Sontara assets at DuPont sites in Asturias, Spain; Old Hickory, TN, U.
If you recall memories of very old hickory lofted irons they were very thin across the sole.