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  • n. Plural form of Caesar.

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Examples

  • In my chapter on FDR in American Caesars, I've written of FDR's first term, FDR's empathy with the lot of ordinary Americans was the quality that raised him head and shoulders above his contemporaries.

    Nigel Hamilton: The Meltdown -- and After

  • But let us start where President Bush begins his life story, with his childhood, youth and formative years -- the period I've called "The Path to the White House" in American Caesars: Lives of the Presidents, From Franklin D. Roosevelt to George W. Bush.

    Nigel Hamilton: George W. Bush -- and Selective Memory

  • "On the day of the presidential election in November 2008," I wrote in American Caesars, "Bush's approval rating, in a CBS tracking poll, dipped below 20 per cent -- 'the lowest ever recorded by a president'' as newspapers recorded -- while his disapproval rating soared to 72 percent."

    Nigel Hamilton: Bush's 14 Decision Points

  • But let us start where President Bush begins his life story, with his childhood, youth and formative years -- the period I've called "The Path to the White House" in American Caesars: Lives of the Presidents, From Franklin D.

    Nigel Hamilton: George W. Bush -- and Selective Memory

  • "On the day of the presidential election in November 2008," I wrote in American Caesars, "Bush's approval rating, in a CBS tracking poll, dipped below 20 per cent -- 'the lowest ever recorded by a president' 'as newspapers recorded -- while his disapproval rating soared to 72 percent."

    Nigel Hamilton: Bush's 14 Decision Points

  • Tully; and the long succession, which shone with equal lustre under the republic and under the Caesars, is finally closed by the respectable characters of Papinian, of Paul, and of Ulpian.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • The government accused the companies of furnishing nearly $2 million in "slotting fees" through a third party to units of Harrah's—now known as Caesars Entertainment Corp.—to gain preferential shelf space and product displays in 2008 and 2009.

    Diageo, Pernod Settle U.S. Charges

  • And It Feels Like is no exception: dated production, a signposted, flaccid member of a chorus and the sort of ‘epic’ vocal performance that’ll have Celine Dion calling Caesars Palace to demand “New lights!

    Keane Singer In Boozy Coke Rehab

  • The establishment of the despotism of the Caesars was a great benefit to the entire generation in which it took place.

    Representative Government

  • He told me he was the entertainment director for a new hotel called Caesars Palace, and remembering that favor cemented our long-term association.

    The Good Life

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