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Stevens became the Senate's President Pro Tempore when Republicans regained control of the chamber as a result of the 2002 mid-term elections, during which the previous most senior Republican senator and former President Pro Tempore Strom Thurmond retired.
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" ( Brubeck wrote, and the Quartet performed, the theme song for the Craig Stevens CBS drama series ; the music from the series became material for the " New York " album.
Among them was the ballad " The First Cut is the Deepest " ( originally a Cat Stevens song ), which became her biggest radio hit since " All I Wanna Do.
In 1800, Joseph Stevens Buckminster became minister of the Brattle Street Church in Boston, where his brilliant sermons, literary activities, and academic attention to the German " New Criticism " helped shape the subsequent growth of Unitarianism in New England.
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Byrd returned as president pro tempore, and Stevens became the third president pro tempore emeritus, when the Democrats gained control of the Senate in 2007.
Stevens left a $ 50, 000 bequest to start an orphanage that eventually became the state-owned Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.
Fort Stevens, located near the peninsula formed by the south shore of the Columbia river and the Pacific Ocean, became the only continental US military installation attacked in World War II, when submarine I-25 of the Imperial Japanese Navy fired 17 rounds at the base June 21, 1942.
In late-1836, President Andrew Jackson, who disliked the Michigan Territory's “ boy governor ” Stevens T. Mason, intervened on behalf of Ohio and gave the Toledo Strip to Ohio in exchange for Michigan getting the Upper Peninsula — then considered a wasteland — when it became a state on January 26, 1837.
Inspired both by American free jazz and by the radical, abstract music of AMM, as well as influences as diverse as Anton Webern and Samuel Beckett ( two Stevens touchstones ), the SME kept at least a measure of jazz in their sound, though this became less audible in the later " string " ensembles.
Isaac Stevens, governor of the Washington Territory, became dissatisfied with McClellan's performance in scouting passes across the Cascade Range.
On October 15, 1851 Orrin Smith became the founder of Winona, by landing his ship's carpenter, Mr. Erwin Johnson, and two other men ( Smith and Stevens ) with the purpose of claiming title to the riverfront and surrounding prairie land.
This fort became the territorial capital in 1853 and served that until 1858, when Stevens was called back to active duty with the Union Army.
: Many Italian Americans actors became well known in movies and TV, such as: Don Ameche, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Anne Bancroft ( Anna Italiano ), Ernest Borgnine ( Ermes Borgnino ), Robert Alda, Alan Alda, Lou Costello, Frank Langella, Frankie Avalon ( Avallone ), Annette Funicello, James Darren ( Ercolani ), Jimmy Durante, Anthony Franciosa, Sal Mineo, Ben Gazzara, Harry Guardino, Aldo Ray ( DaRe ), Richard Conte, Bernadette Peters ( Lazzara ), Connie Stevens ( Concetta Ingoglia ), Richard Crenna, Dom DeLuise, Armand Assante, Susan Sarandon, Danny DeVito, Joe Mantegna, John Travolta, Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano, Paul Sorvino, Mira Sorvino, Al Pacino, Liza Minnelli, Rene Russo, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Nicolas Cage ( Coppola ), Stanley Tucci, Marissa Tomei, John Turturro and Sylvester Stallone.
In 2002, Romano became the first person to act in three Disney Channel projects simultaneously, supplementing her work on Even Stevens with a starring role in a movie named Cadet Kelly, alongside Hilary Duff, and voice acting as the title character in Kim Possible, for which she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy.
Stevens also became known for his explosive temper, which was focused particularly on a criminal defense lawyer named Warren A. Taylor who would later go on to become the Alaska Legislature's first Speaker of the House in the First Alaska State Legislature.
" A sign on Stevens's door proclaimed his office " Alaskan Headquarters " and Stevens became known at the Department of the Interior as " Mr. Alaska.
After returning to Alaska, Stevens practiced law in Anchorage and became a member of Operation Rampart, a group in favor of building the Rampart Dam, a hydroelectric project on the Yukon River.
* In 2005, Stevens strongly supported federal transportation funds to build the Gravina Island Bridge, which quickly became derided due to its price tag ( approximately $ 398 million dollars ) and as an unnecessary Bridge to Nowhere.
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In March 1971 elements of the military were deployed to Freetown in Sierra Leone after the Sierra Leonean President, Stevens, appeared to start losing his control of the military.
Notable graduates include former U. S. Secretary of State and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell, U. S. Senator John McCain, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe Wesley Clark, former Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Peter Pace and Hugh Shelton, former National Security Advisor and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe James L. Jones, former U. S Army Chief of Staff Eric Shinseki, former U. S. Chief of Naval Operations Elmo Zumwalt, retired Air Force General Arnold W. Braswell, U. S. Ambassador to Russia John Beyrle, World War II submarine officer and best-selling novelist Edward L. Beach, Jr., former military aide to President John F. Kennedy Godfrey McHugh, murdered U. S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens, and U. S. Air Force Chief of Staff Norton A. Schwartz.
Thaddeus Stevens vehemently opposed President Johnson's plans for an abrupt end to Reconstruction, insisting that Reconstruction must " revolutionize Southern institutions, habits, and manners … The foundations of their institutions … must be broken up and relaid, or all our blood and treasure have been spent in vain.
* Timothy Stevens – Senior Vice President of Business Affairs, General Counsel and Assistant Secretary
He was killed in action in 1862 at Chantilly .... Stevens laid out a new town near the ruins of St. Mary's Mission and Fort Owen ... It was named Stevensville in his honor and authorized by President Lincoln on May 12, 1864.
In the television interview Stevens offered his opinions of the current political climate, the TSA, and announced that his next single would deal with President Obama's budget plan.
On September 27 Stevens uploaded the music video, " Mr. President-Mr. President ," and it quickly amassed more than 200, 000 unique views in a little more than a week's time.
On February 29, just a day after releasing the 9-CD encyclopedia box set, Stevens ' on-line music video, " Mr. President-Mr. President ," passed the half a million mark in YouTube views.
On July 23 Stevens uploaded a new music video titled " Obama Nation " which examined the goals and policies of the President since taking office.
Stevens ' progressive political philosophy soon created conflict with the very conservative views of the Houston Endowment board, especially when he editorially supported the election of Lyndon B. Johnson, the Democratic candidate for President.
He has upheld over the years his duties as a Patron to a number of charitable organisations including, a North East Charity which has built schools and care centres for mentally and physically handicapped children and Convoy, a charity which Lord Stevens set up to improve the quality of life of Romanian orphans, Aids sufferers and disabled children and for which he was awarded the Star of Romania, by the President of Romania.
In 1906, students, under the guidance of President Humphreys, created the honor system – moral and ethical code governing the life of Stevens students, preaching equality and honest work.
Former President Stevens ' government had sought closer relations with West African countries under the Economic Community of West African States ( ECOWAS ).
Stevens made various speeches in Congress in favor of President Lincoln and Henry Carey's " Greenback " system, interest-free currency in the form of fiat government-issued United States Notes that would effectively threaten the bankers ' profits in being able to issue and control the currency through fractional reserve loans.
U. S. Reps. John Bingham | John A. Bingham and Thaddeus Stevens before the United States Senate | Senate addressing the impeachment vote on President of the United States | U. S. President Andrew Johnson. Stevens giving his closing remarks of the impeachment of Andrew Johnson | President Johnson.
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If such a legislative survivor were the sitting Speaker or President Pro Tempore – as for the 2005, 2006, and 2007 State of the Union addresses, in which President Pro Tempore Ted Stevens ( R-Alaska ) or Sen. Robert Byrd ( D-West Virginia ) was also a designated survivor – he or she would become the acting president rather than the surviving Cabinet member.
Throughout 2002, Stevens, under her Simply Luscious ring name, worked for Jersey All Pro Wrestling and prominently for Ring of Honor.