American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rayburn, Samuel Taliaferro 1882-1961. American politician. A U.S. representative from Texas (1913-1961), he served as Speaker of the House (17 terms between 1940 and 1961) and was a major advocate of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal.
“Dan Rayburn is EVP of StreamingMedia. com, has his own blog at BusinessofVideo. com and is a principal analyst with Frost & Sullivan.”
“Nutty Republican reported to be the one firing gun shots in Rayburn building apparently upset over the Immigration Bill.”
“Conyers will get (possibly) a dog & pony show like he’s been conducting in Rayburn Bldg basements the last couple of years with Kucinich, Jason Leopold and Amy Goodman.”
“But Pelosi is in Rayburn’s class, and is one of the five best Democrats in my lifetime.”
“So you can go to Jack Kingston's web site and check out his blog for updates from inside Rayburn, which is currently on lockdown -- John.”
“And they're going office by office in Rayburn, which is a very big building, so I'm not too sure how long it will take.”
“Early Monday morning, I entered the Congressional Building known as the "Rayburn" to see the Halls churning with the same faces I had seen all weekend.”
“Jerry Lewis: 2112 Rayburn and check out 2359 Rayburn which is the Appropriations Committee office, too.”
“He was 33 years old and a successful assistant principal at Sam Rayburn High School in Pasadena, Texas.”
“Thanks to Joel Rayburn and Emma Sky for your hospitality and insights in Iraq.”
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