President Grant

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Noun1.President Grant - 18th President of the United StatesPresident Grant - 18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885)
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KDA's Neil Dolgin and vice president Grant Dolgin negotiated on behalf of the seller, Monitor Holding Corp., and the buyer, 74-16 Grand Ave, LLC.
AN NZNO member group which organised a petition to call a special general meeting (SGM) in support of president Grant Brookes, is withholding the petition to concentrate on the NZNO board election.
President Grant and his wife stayed at the estate for several years while he wrote his memoirs, according to the North Salem Historical Society.
By eliminating the need to handle the chutes, we can reduce chances of injury," says Con-Tech Vice President Grant McNeilus.
Republican houses of congress passed the Civil Rights Act, and President Grant signed it into law on 1 March 1875.
In 1874, President Grant authorised the construction of a bridge over the Mississippi.
The progress of evolution from President Washington to President Grant, was alone evidence enough to upset Darwin." Historian William McFeely, whose Grant: A Biography won a Pulitzer Prize in 1982, dismissed his subject as a man who
Of the announcement, Rust Automation & Controls President Grant Rust said, "I am very pleased to be adding the Phoenix Contact line of products to our portfolio.
Meanwhile, even though President Grant is the most powerful woman in the United States today, Olivia tried to convince her that she's better than her.
General Henry Baxter, 7th Michigan Volunteer Infantry explores the nineteenth-century American's lucrative life, which included accomplishments such as co-founding what later became the Republican Party, serving as President Grant's diplomat to Honduras, and helping to shape our state's educational and business foundations.
The deal team was led by senior managing director Greg Presson, Director Chris Ankley, vice president Grant Hustedt, associate Noah Franz, and analyst Patrick Haddan.
Julia Grant suffered from a "wandering eye." She was all set to have it operated on, when she received the following letter from President Grant: