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  • Nixonite Nixon ‎(plural Nixons) (slang, narcotics) A low quality, low potency drug passed off as a powerful, pure drug. Wikipedia article on Richard Nixon
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  • DC in 1972) that eventually led to the resignation of US President Richard Nixon. -gate ^ John Kelly (13 December 2004), “Answer Man: A Gate to Summers
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  • (US politics) The economic policies of the Richard Nixon administration, 1969-1974. 1971, September 6, Nixon's Freeze and the Mood of Labor[2]: Senators
    996 bytes (118 words) - 22:41, 25 July 2016
  • to, you can do the dishes. - He is the man of the hour. He needs no introduction. He is our next candidate for President. I give you Richard Nixon.
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  • action. 1962 November 6, Richard Nixon, “Gentlemen, this is my last press conference”, 2008, Rick Perlstein (editor), Richard Nixon: Speeches, Writings, Documents
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  • 381, Issues 8498-8501, Page 42, Ever since he helped to defenestrate Richard Nixon in 1974, Mr Woodward has been a sort of super-reporter ... 2004, Mary
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  • Nixon +‎ -ian Nixonian ‎(comparative more Nixonian, superlative most Nixonian) Of or relating to Richard Nixon (1913–1994), 37th President of the United
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  • and by these presents do grant a full, free, and absolute pardon unto Richard Nixon for all offenses against the United States ... I beg your pardon
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  • Vietnam, then proceeded to try to bomb Hanoi back into the stone age. Richard Nixon opposed price and wage controls, until he suddenly adopted them. 2001
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  • coined in 1969 by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, adviser to US President Richard Nixon, who recommended this policy with respect to the issue of US racial
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  • illegal things; a criminal. 1973 November 17, Richard Nixon, reported 1973 November 18, The Washington Post, Nixon Tells Editors, ‘I'm Not a Crook’, "People
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  • not ‎(not comparable) Negates the meaning of the modified verb. 1973, Richard Nixon. Well, I'm not a crook. I've earned everything I've got. Did you take
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  • bureaucrats have a vested interest in the chaos in which they exist." - Richard M. Nixon a stake, often financial, in a particular outcome a group of
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  • silent majority. Popularized in contemporary usage by U.S. President Richard Nixon in a speech on November 3, 1969. (politics): vocal minority silent
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  • 205: Still, the experience was poisoned for me by having to watch Richard Nixon smirking as he babbled to the lunar-nauts by some closed-circuit link
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  • conflict. Henry A. Kissinger? They looked at me with blank faces. Richard M. Nixon? Crickets. crickets Expressing mild annoyance. Oh, crickets! I
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  • (derogatory) The Committee to Re-elect the President, which raised money for Richard Nixon's campaign for 1972 reelection. CRP (not derogatory) CREEP on Wikipedia
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  • artists like Gilbert Stuart (George Washington), Norman Rockwell ( Richard Nixon ) and Elaine de Kooning (John Kennedy). collaged simple past tense
    630 bytes (74 words) - 01:08, 17 March 2016
  • anti-war activists protested the hawkists with violence. In 1969 President Richard Nixon Vietnamized the Vietnam war after the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese
    865 bytes (134 words) - 07:06, 27 October 2014
  • become involved in matters outside of his area of concern. 1975, Richard M Nixon - Containing the Public Messages, Speeches, and Statements of the President:
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