Gerald Ford

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Gerald Ford 38th President of the United States; appointed vice president and succeeded Nixon when Nixon resigned (1913-)
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Usage

In literature:

The Governor from Georgia defeated Gerald Ford, who had become President on August 9, 1974, upon the resignation of President Nixon.
"United States Presidents' Inaugural Speeches" by Various
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In news:

Trey Williams #20 of the Texas A&M Aggies runs the ball against the Southern Methodist Mustangs at Gerald J Ford Stadium on September 15, 2012 in Dallas, Texas.
Aggies defensive lineman Damontre Moore (94) slaps hands with fans after their 48-3 win during the SMU Mustangs vs the Texas A&M Aggies NCAA college football game at Gerald J Ford Stadium in Dallas on Saturday, September 15, 2012.
The day after Sept 11, 2001, representatives of former President Ford , the US military and local media sat down in an upstairs conference room at the Gerald R Ford Museum.
Former President Ford on July 30, 2003, at the Gerald Ford Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif (AP) — Former President Gerald R Ford was responding well to treatment for pneumonia that put him in the hospital over the weekend, his chief of staff said Tuesday.
Eve is the creation of Susan Ford, a First Daughter in her own right: Remember Gerald Ford and his four kids.
1969-1974 Political Party: Republican First Lady: Patricia Ryan Nixon Vice President: Spiro T Agnew, Gerald R Ford.
Julie Bermel (left) runs away with the comic thread of "Assassins" as Sara Jane Moore, one of Gerald Ford's would-be assassins.
Former president Gerald Ford's funeral yesterday at Washington National Cathedral was among Betty Ford's last official responsibilities as a first lady.
On his last day in office, Jan 19, 1977, Gerald Ford made a clarion call on energy.
1975—President Gerald Ford nominates Seventh Circuit judge John Paul Stevens to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by retired Justice William O Douglas.
Never Aired 1976 Gerald Ford Ad Too Emotionally Charged for Its Time.
John Howland had several brothers who also came to New England, namely Henry Howland (an ancestor to both Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford) and Arthur Howland (an ancestor to Winston Churchill).
Don't be surprised if the stolid face of the Army sergeant carrying the US flag in front Gerald R Ford's casket looks familiar.
15 million Gerald R Ford Library and Museum project will broaden work of the institution.
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