President Roosevelt

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Noun1.President Roosevelt - 32nd President of the United StatesPresident Roosevelt - 32nd President of the United States; elected four times; instituted New Deal to counter the Great Depression and led country during World War II (1882-1945)
2.President Roosevelt - 26th President of the United StatesPresident Roosevelt - 26th President of the United States; hero of the Spanish-American War; Panama Canal was built during his administration; "Theodore Roosevelt said `Speak softly but carry a big stick'" (1858-1919)
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Men like the Wilcoxes, or President Roosevelt, would say yes.
The Social Security Act was signed into law by President Roosevelt in 1935, but the first Social Security payout was not made until 1937.
President Roosevelt's thinking on air power during World War Two will be the focus of a public lecture at the University of Wolverhampton.
He read the piece that was originally delivered to the US nation by President Roosevelt on the evening of D-Day June 6, 1944.
"War and Peace deals with the final two to three years of the President Roosevelt's life, focusing on how he guided the Allies from the first attacks in North Africa, through D-Day and so to the conclusion of the war.
Wiegand, who will arrive in character, has been featured as President Roosevelt in "The Men Who Built America" on the History Channel.
Fun Facts : AaAaAeA AaAaAeAa Even after the d of President Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt carried on her international work as an advocate for her husband's policies.
President Roosevelt musters the captains of industry and leading scientists to find a way to turn back the Martian tide.
The magazine highlighted the late King Abdulaziz's first visit to Egypt where he met the US President Roosevelt in 1945.
When Vice President Roosevelt entered the White House after the assassination of William McKinley in 1901, Mark Hanna, the most prominent political fixer of his day, exclaimed, "Now look!
I believe it was President Roosevelt who was reputed to have said that the worst form of dictatorship was that of wealth.