Richard Nixon

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Richard 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:

Richard Nixon on Strategy in South Vietnam, 1966.
Future US Vice President and President Richard Nixon while he served in US Congress (Wikipedia Commons).
How Not to Start a Second Term: The Case of Richard Nixon .
"Spinal Tap" star makes one-off satire for BSkyB's Sky Arts channel in the U.K. Richard Nixon Comedy Show too Subtle for US, Says Creator Harry Shearer.
Richard Nixon 's love letters to Patricia Ryan showed a romantic young man.
Richard and Pat Nixon tossing coins into Rome's Trevi F ountain in 1957.
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MLK's Take on Richard Nixon .
Will Obama Channel Richard Nixon or George W Bush In 2012 Presidential Race.
B-sides: Merle Haggard on Johnny Cash, Rick Rubin, Richard Nixon , Ralph Nader.
Not Teddy Roosevelt or FDR—Try Richard Nixon .
Tapes played in the courtroom last week showed Blago taking a brief break from trying to squeeze Barack Obama for a high-paying job—and musing on one of his favorite subjects, Richard Nixon .
The Re-Invention of Richard Nixon .
Richard Nixon makes an appearance.
Dina's attorney is now pointing out that even Richard Nixon was able to emerge from his downfall, earning money by writing books.
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