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- n. A member of the convention that drafted the United States constitution.
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- n. a member of the Constitutional Convention that drafted the United States Constitution in 1787
- n. a person who founds or establishes some institution
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Our wonderful Founding Father, Benjamin Franklin, once said, "Our enemies are our friends, for they show us our faults."
Kathryn Rogers, an events coordinator, is a direct descendent of America's second president and Founding Father, John Adams.
ACLU's vile use of that Founding Father and a great patriot's name in their insidious attempt to undermine our national security and to criminalize America's use of military force in the Nation's defense.
A play about the Founding Father and first Treasury secretary, "Hamilton," went to Broadway in 1917, with one of the day's leading actors, George Arliss, playing the title role.
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