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- n. Obsolete form of presidency.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See presidency.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as presidency.
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The first two are first in time, not in 'presidence', i.e. precedence.
"presidence" of the burial society and pinked out yards and yards of frilling for the dressing of the coffin and shroud and sat up all last night, did not feel bound to remain to the funeral, as they had not been friends; indeed the departed Linette had been the cause of great domestic infelicity to Eva, so she came and picked her usual thirty-five pounds alone.
So what if two presidents set Historical presidence, and moved in early in the past. an oversight as usual, thats all there is to the story, and sadly, the last eight years.
It sounds to me likke that mr huckbee is just residence shoping so as to be able to establish a residence in a state where that he possibly run for the presidence would or could possibly receive the most republican support from the rank an file national republican committe thank you
Arizona's immigration law is setting a presidence in this country that will make you feel unwanted because of the color/race.
But as to the point of my post, I am not positive, but as i said i believe ayn rand coined the term 'radical for capitalism' and i was wondering whether mr. doherty credited her for that. after all he used it in his title and even if her presidence carries no legal bearing it would only be honest to acknolege the idea did not origionate from his own mind. ryan new school politics
It doesn't matter how much she 'narrows the gap' or even wins the presidence, Hillary has done herself and the country a disservice by her lying and cheating, her below the belt remarks and horrible and misleading attack ads.
The museum was inaugurated in 1984 under the presidence of Josep Lluis Nunez.
If you do not want a McCain presidence, I would urge you to stop bashing HRC and Obama and put pressure on both of their campaigns for a co-presidency, in whatever form.
You on the one hand cite a lack of historical presidence for an akin take over, yet you ignore the historical presidence of demise that follows the kind of birth rates held by many of the European nations.