Eleanor Roosevelt

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Eleanor Roosevelt wife of Franklin Roosevelt and a strong advocate of human rights (1884-1962)
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Quotations

  • Clare Boothe Luce
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    “No woman has ever so comforted the distressed or distressed the comfortable. [On Eleanor Roosevelt]”
  • Ralph McGill
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    “She [Eleanor Roosevelt] got even in a way that was almost cruel. She forgave them.”

Usage


In news:

Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation Luncheon.
Main Art Talk Eleanor Roosevelt 1937 project (for sale).
Eleanor Roosevelt 1937 project (for sale).
President Franklin Roosevelt and First Lady, Eleanor, soon after arriving at Union Station.
The decision not to bomb the concentration camps, anti-Semitism in the US State Department, and the activities of Rabbi Stephen Wise and Eleanor Roosevelt.
The Former Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, Eleanor Roosevelt and fire survivors speaking at the 50th anniversary of the fire in 1961.
Where to send all the syndicated columns written by, say, Jack Anderson and Eleanor Roosevelt.
What Happened to the Dyess Colony Mural Given to Eleanor Roosevelt.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Democratic Party has announced that Meghan Holbrook is the 2012 Eleanor Roosevelt Award recipient.
After season-ending injuries to four other Maryland quarterbacks, Eleanor Roosevelt grad gets an opportunity.
View the monument through Quicktime VR: FDR Statue Eleanor Roosevelt.
Olivia Williams as Eleanor Roosevelt, Laura Linney as Daisy, and Bill Murray as Franklin D Roosevelt in a scene from 'Hyde Park on Hudson'.
President Franklin D Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor made an annual pilgrimage to Warm Springs, Ga. Where they hosted a dinner for the patients and staff of the polio rehabilitation center they founded.
Sarah Bernstein, Walter Johnson, Sr. Lydia Carter, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr. Faby Chaillo, Marshall, Sr. Kathryn Emery, Langley, Sr.
Eleanor Roosevelt runner pursues career in the world of dance.
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