Richard M. Nixon

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Richard M. Nixon vice president under Eisenhower and 37th President of the United States; resigned after the Watergate scandal in 1974 (1913-1994)
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Quotations

  • Henry Kissinger
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    “The essence of this man [Richard M. Nixon] is loneliness.”

Usage


In news:

National security adviser to Richard M Nixon, 1969-75.
Abplanalp, a friend and confidant of President Richard M Nixon and an inventor who turned a better aerosol valve into an international business and a personal fortune, died on Saturday at his house in Bronxville, N.Y.
Even as Richard M Nixon resigned, there were those who did not believe he was part of a cover-up.
Peter Buck's First Post-R. Solo Record as Richard M Nixon Features Vocals From Mike Mills, Corin Tucker, and Peter Buck.
The birthplace of Richard M Nixon, 37th president of the United States.
McGovern, who lost a 1972 presidential bid to Richard M Nixon, died Sunday at a Sioux Falls hospice.
WHEN President Richard M Nixon made his momentous trip to China in 1972, it followed years of diplomacy and advance work.
View Richard M Nixon photos in CBS News' interactive photo gallery.
If, as Bob Dylan wrote, museums are where infinity goes up on trial, then the Richard M Nixon Presidential Library and Museum is an appropriate place for a jury to assemble.
But British network BSkyB has President Richard M Nixon , as played by Harry Shearer, in a TV comedy called "Nixon's the One," airing April 26.
Sun Myung Moon shakes hands with President Richard M Nixon more.
Senator John F Kennedy, left, and Richard M Nixon in an ABC television studio, during off the air time of their fourth presidential debate in New York, Oct 21, 1960.
ON Sept 23, 1952, Richard M Nixon delivered what would become known as the " Checkers " speech.
It was the fall of 1960 and the presidential campaign between Sen John F Kennedy and Vice President Richard M Nixon was in full swing.
Given the immense attention to Watergate down to the present, it is no wonder that we forget how effective Richard M Nixon was as a president.
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