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Agnew died unexpectedly on September 17, 1996, aged 77 at Atlantic General Hospital, in Berlin, Maryland, in Worcester County ( near his Ocean City home ), only a few hours after being hospitalized and diagnosed with an advanced, yet to that point undetected, form of leukemia.
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Agnew and died
When Ellis died, the painting went for sale at Christie ’ s in London in 1876, where it was bought by the Bond Street art dealer William Agnew for the then astronomical sum of 10, 000 guineas.
His successor, Roger Montgomerie, died six months after his appointment, and Mr Pitt Dundas resumed office for around a year, until the appointment of Sir Stair Agnew KCB.
Despite the divorce, Mr. Agnew maintained his warm feelings toward his former wife, and, after he died, on 31 January 1924, his will left her the residual income from his estate, the income not earmarked for the support of their son, Lee " David " Agnew, Jr.
Agnew and on
During his fifth year as Vice President, in the late summer of 1973, Agnew was under investigation by the United States Attorney's office in Baltimore, Maryland, on charges of extortion, tax fraud, bribery and conspiracy.
Agnew was drafted into the U. S. Army in 1941 and was commissioned an officer on May 25, 1942, upon graduation from Army Officer Candidate School.
However, during the riots that followed the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., in the spring of 1968, Agnew angered many African American leaders when he stated in reference to their constituents, " I call on you to publicly repudiate all black racists.
During the ensuing general election campaign against Vice President Hubert Humphrey — which took place against a backdrop of urban riots and anti-Vietnam War demonstrations, culminating in the violent confrontations at the Democratic convention in Chicago — Agnew repeatedly hammered the Democrats on the issue of " law and order ".
Agnew soon found his role as the voice of the so-called " silent majority ", and by late 1969 he was ranking high on national " Most Admired Men " polls.
He also inspired a fashion craze when one entrepreneur introduced Spiro Agnew watches ( a take off on the popular Mickey Mouse watch ); conservatives wore them to show their support for Agnew, while many liberals wore them to signify their contempt.
Agnew was often characterized as Nixon's " hatchet man " when defending the administration on the Vietnam War.
Another was to see if Bob Hope would be willing to take Agnew on as his partner in his cable television investments.
Nixon would have liked to replace Agnew on the Republican ticket in 1972 with John Connally, his chosen successor for ' 76, but he realized that Agnew's large conservative base of supporters would be in an uproar, so he reluctantly kept him as his running mate.
When John Ehrlichman, the President's counsel and assistant, asked Nixon why he kept Agnew on the ticket in the 1972 election, Nixon replied that " No assassin in his right mind would kill me " because they would get Agnew ( as President ).
In April 1973, when revelations about Watergate began to surface, Agnew was the choice of 35 percent of Republican voters to be the next Republican nominee for President, while then-California Governor Ronald Reagan was second on the Gallup Poll.
Students of Professor John F. Banzhaf III from the George Washington University Law School, collectively known as Banzhaf's Bandits, found four residents of the state of Maryland willing to put their names on a case and sought to have Agnew repay the state $ 268, 482 — the amount it was said he had taken in bribes.
Calhoun was the first vice president in U. S. history to resign from office, doing so on December 28, 1832 ( Spiro Agnew did so in 1973 ).
* The police — a Detective Sergeant Agnew of the Gloucestershire Police, Paedophile and Pornography Unit-inform Messenger that child pornography has been downloaded from the Internet at some terminal located on campus.
Although the pictures he acquired via the Internet turn out to be not very explicit, Douglass, on being confronted by Agnew, commits suicide by hanging himself in the toilet — in a way that seems to have been meticulously planned.
In the same year Morgan Stanley merged with Shuman, Agnew & Co. Morgan Stanley served as lead underwriter for the IPO of Apple Computer, Inc. on December 12, 1980.
* Alan Smithee was used as the name of the director of The Elusive David Agnew, a special feature on the Doctor Who: The Invasion of Time DVD release.
In the months leading up to Nixon's 1969 speech, his vice-president Spiro T. Agnew said on May 9, " It is time for America's silent majority to stand up for its rights, and let us remember the American majority includes every minority.
Agnew and September
* September 17 – Spiro Agnew, American politician, 39th Vice President of the United States ( b. 1918 )
Its greatest accomplishment came on September 8, 1963, when Baltimore County Executive Spiro Agnew and other officials dedicated the new Perry Hall library on Belair Road.
* Antonio Vivaldi, Opera Aria, Sandrine Piau, soprano, Ann Hallenberg, alto, Paul Agnew, tenor, Federico Maria Sardelli, conductor, World Première & Complete Recording, Naïve, September 2005
In September 2007, former members Tanya Boniface and Tisha Martin announced that they were forming a new group called Sunshyne and would be joined by Daizy Agnew.
In letters home soldiers had called the original valley " The Valley of Death ", and Tennyson's poem used the same phrase, so when in September 1855 Thomas Agnew put the picture on show, as one of a series of eleven collectively titled Panorama of the Plateau of Sebastopol in Eleven Parts in a London exhibition, he took the troops '— and Tennyson's — epithet, expanded it as The Valley of the Shadow of Death with its deliberate evocation of Psalm 23, and assigned it to the piece ; it is not the location of the famous charge, which took place in a long, broad valley several miles to the south-east.
Alexander Agnew McCormick, Jr. ( 15 December 1897 – 24 September 1918 ) was an officer in the United States Navy during World War I.
Agnew and 17
Spiro Theodore Agnew (; November 9, 1918September 17, 1996 ) was the 39th Vice President of the United States ( 1969 – 1973 ), serving under President Richard Nixon, and the 55th Governor of Maryland ( 1967 – 1969 ).
Agnew and 1996
* The Laetoli Footprints ( 1996 ) Agnew, Demas, Leakey http :// www. jstor. org. proxy. lib. umich. edu / stable / pdfplus / 2890795. pdf? acceptTC = true
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