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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President Wilson responded strongly when the Supreme Court handed down its "disgraceful" decision in the case challenging Indiana's highly restrictive photo ID requirements for voters.
His counsel was based on experience; McAdoo served as secretary of the Treasury from 1913-18 under President Wilson and married the commander-in-chief's daughter, Eleanor Randolph Wilson, in the White House in 1914.
Today, three generations after the end of World War I, it seems that President Wilson's aide, Colonel House, was right in his dire prediction for the Middle East.
A promotional internal video for the contests features Rite Aid supply chain senior vice president Wilson Lester saying, "We genuinely care about all of our associates and want to make sure that all of you have a chance to experience the fun things in life both on and off the job."
1 President Wilson Hotel, The Imperial Suite, Geneva pounds 18,435 2 Grand Resort, The Royal Suite, Lagonissi, Athens pounds 14,301 3 The Atlantis, Bridge Suite, Bahamas pounds 13,966 4 The Martinez, Presidential Suite, Cannes pounds 12,011 5 Elounda Beach Hotel and Resort, Imperial Suite, Crete pounds 10,614 6 Hotel Cala di Volpe, Presidential Suite, Costa Smeralda pounds 10,502 7 Plaza Hotel, Presidential Suite, New York pounds 8379 8 MGM Grand, The Mansion, Las Vegas pounds 8379 9 Westin Excelsior, Villa La Cupola, Rome pounds 7541 10 Hotel Meurice, Belle Etoile Suite, Paris pounds 6033
On April 2, 1917, President Wilson appeared before Congress and called for war.
"As president Wilson practiced a classic Rooseveltian diplomacy," he writes, "seeking to remove threats close to American shores and to protect the sea routes to the Panama Canal, which opened for business in his first term.
Critical thinking is involved in ascertaining what President Wilson meant by the concept democracy.
Also On This Day: 100BC: Birth of Roman emperor Gaius Julius Caesar; 1543: Henry VIII married for the sixth and final time at Hampton Court with Catherine Parr; 1588: The Armada set sail from Spain: 1920: President Wilson opened the Panama Canal.
In 1915, Hale offered the services of the National Academy of Sciences to President Wilson to help with the war effort, and this led to the founding of the National Research Council.
When President Wilson pressed a button in Washington in 1913, it was here that the telegraph signal was received that detonated a retaining dam and filled the canal with water.
"Today this plan, inspired by President Wilson's Fourteen Points, sounds extremely moderate.
In all instances, his service resulted from requests made by Governor and then President Wilson. In 1912 Ford was appointed commissioner of banking and insurance for New Jersey.
When President Wilson and Congress brought the nation into the war in 1917, speech was no longer free.
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