President Wilson


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President Wilson

n. an erection. (Punning on Woodrow = woody Wilson.) I am always happy to see President Wilson come round.
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Making the members presidential appointees was an attempt by the framers of the act, and of President Wilson in particular, to keep the System under a centralized public authority so as to balance the power of private "money interests.
During this time, the Communications team was successful in coordinating numerous television and radio appearances for President Wilson, arranging interviews with major media outlets such as The Washington Post, The Hill, and National Public Radio.
Presidential adviser "Colonel" Edward Mandell House, seeking to peel off a sufficient number of "Irreconcilables" to win Senate approval for the league, urged President Wilson to modify the covenant by attaching provisions supposedly intended to preserve U.
HE ghostwrote letters for Governor Ammons to send to President Wilson, and articles for Lamont Montgomery Bowers to send to sympathetic magazines.
Spend over a fortnight each month at Geneva's superexclusive Hotel President Wilson royal penthouse suite - and still have plenty of cash in your pocket.
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is the living, national memorial to President Wilson, established by Congress in 1968 and headquartered in Washington, D.
The party had urged President Wilson to not involve the U.
President Wilson accurately predicted that if the League failed, there would be a more disastrous war in the future.
If President Wilson had been willing to play ball with "Mr.
We were commissioned to select four people to recommend to president Wilson.
Many Americans, including the millions who are of Czech descent, are unaware of the aid and support President Wilson gave to the Czech people in their struggle for freedom," said AFoCR Director Robert Doubek, who is Project Director for the Wilson Monument.
Brandeis, the nation's first Jewish Supreme Court justice, had been known as an attorney fighting for minimum-wage rights and working conditions for women and children when President Wilson appointed him to the high court.
President Wilson, who is visiting South Africa with a UMass academic delegation, was welcomed to the country by Nelson Mandela, who said he appreciated the University's long-standing commitment to the people of South Africa and their struggle for democracy.
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