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PRESIDENT. An officer of a company who is to direct the manner in which business is to be transacted. From the decision of the president there is an appeal to the body over which he presides.

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The majority of heavyweight presidential candidates in post-revolution Egypt are retired people, who refuse to spend the autumn of their lives relaxing in their armchairs.
Much as Halperin and Harris want you to believe it, this is not an innocent how-to kit for Freak-Show-era presidential aspirants.
As we saw in the last two presidential elections, two battleground states have emerged as the most important: Ohio and Florida.
More than two dozen Tinseltown luminaries, from Jason Alexander to Daphne Zuniga, have dropped money in Clinton's campaign bucket since January 2005, far outpacing celebrity donations to any other presidential hopeful on the national scene.
Each state's legislature is encouraged to enact legislation establishing a new, uniform method of selecting presidential electors.
Her intent is to investigate how domestic and international inputs shape foreign policy decisions by using the Ford and Carter administrations as two contrasting case studies of the limitations on presidential powers.
President in 2004 opted out of the presidential public financing system in the primaries for the first time since its establishment.
Bush Presidential Library also recently released 9,700 pages of materials relating to his administration.
Navy during World War II, Sequoia Presidential Yacht is the amazing portrait of the Sequoia, a 104-foot yacht that has served eight sitting American presidents.
As in the presidential election of 2000, the race this year between President George W.
When Allison Stuntz traveled to Des Moines, Iowa, to spend a weekend knocking on doors for Howard Dean, she was surprised to find that the campaign felt more like a student-government election than a presidential one.
How educationally valuable would it be if your teachers and students could gain access to six boxes of formerly classified presidential documents kept locked in Franklin Delano Roosevelt's White House safe in the '30s and '40s?

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