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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Fulbright, J(ames) William 1905-1995. American politician who as U.S. senator from Arkansas (1945-1975) proposed the Fulbright Act (1946), which established an exchange program for American and foreign educators and students.

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  • n. United States senator who is remembered for his creation of grants that fund exchange programs of teachers and students between the United States and other countries (1905-1995)

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  • Senator Fulbright is holding hearings on this subject.

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  • Legislation he authored in 1946 launched what has become known as the Fulbright Program, which funds U.S. students studying abroad and overseas students who study in the United States.

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  • There's a new program they're going to call the Fulbright Memorial that will bring a thousand teachers here to learn here for four or five week stays.

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  • In 2003-04, he studied international, European and German business law as a Congress-Bundestag Fulbright Scholar at Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln in Cologne, Germany.

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  • The Fulbright is the premier US Government scholarship programme.

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  • Taking advantage of our location in Ottawa, this conference enabled some faculty to connect with public policy figures and Fulbright, which is based in Ottawa.

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  • Really difficult, such as Fulbright's faced over the years.

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  • He also believed in internationalism as a means of keeping the peace, so he supported America’s involvement in the U.N. To the same end in 1946 he set up an international exchange program in graduate studies, which became known as the Fulbright Scholarship.

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  • Fulbright said, “I thought so, too, but did you hear that someone told Judge Sirica this morning that there are tapes of all those conversations in the Oval Office?”

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