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She was not an overnight guest in the White House, but Mr. Ike Hoover, the chief usher, had Mama check her fur coat when she came in, and take care of her needs.
Under Formby's plan, an appointee would be selected by a board composed of the governor, lieutenant governor, speaker of the House, attorney general and chief justice of the Texas Supreme Court.
-- Acting hastily under White House pressure, the Senate tonight confirmed Robert C. Weaver as the nation's federal housing chief.
In 1994, Olson became chief investigative counsel for the U. S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
His chief temple at Nippur was known as Ekur, signifying ' House of the mountain ', and such was the sanctity acquired by this edifice that Babylonian and Assyrian rulers, down to the latest days, vied with one another in embellishing and restoring Enlil's seat of worship, and the name Ekur became the designation of a temple in general.
The First Lady has her own staff that includes a chief of staff, press secretary, White House Social Secretary, Chief Floral Designer, etc.
White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel stated that it was important " to not have the CNN's and the others in the world basically be led in following Fox ".
A bureau chief stated, " If any member had been excluded it would have been the same thing, it has nothing to do with Fox or the White House or the substance of the issues ".
HOPE was first proposed to White House chief of staff John Sununu in June 1989 to create enterprise zones, increase subsidies for low-income renters, expand social services for the homeless and elderly, and enact tax changes to help first-time home buyers.
Soon after Clayton Yeutter was appointed chief White House domestic policy advisor, Kemp's Economic Empowerment Task Force was abolished.
Wright hired a new governance chief to oversee ethical and legal compliance and established a new board composed of former government officials, including former White House counsel Jack Quinn and Ashcroft.
His first wife was Dominique Alice Browning, who later became an editor in chief of House & Garden ; they married on 20 May 1983, have two sons, Alexander and Theodore, and later divorced.
The chief officer of the body is the Lord President of the Council, who is the fourth highest Great Officer of State, a member of the Cabinet, and normally, the Leader of either the House of Lords or the House of Commons.
An elected Vice President does not require Senate confirmation, nor do White House staff positions ( e. g. the chief of staff or press secretary ).
* June 23 Watergate Scandal: U. S. President Richard M. Nixon and White House chief of staff H. R. Haldeman are taped talking about using the C. I. A.
The Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, commonly referred to as the National Security Advisor ( abbreviated NSA, or sometimes APNSA or ANSA to avoid confusion with the abbreviation of the National Security Agency ), is a senior official in the Executive Office of the President who serves as the chief advisor, stationed in the White House, to the President of the United States on national security issues.
By 1900, the White House staff included one " secretary to the president " ( then the title of the president's chief aide ), two assistant secretaries, two executive clerks, a stenographer, and seven other office personnel.
The Majority Leader customarily serves as the chief representative of his or her party in Senate, and sometimes even in all of Congress if the House of Representatives and thus the office of Speaker of the House is controlled by the opposition party.
He was one of the influential chiefs of the House Cree or Wāskahikaniwiyiniwak, supplied between 1852 1854 Fort Carlton with bison meat and pemmican, acquired in his youth by constant military conflicts the respect of Crowfoot, the chief of the Siksika, the Blackfoot called Mistāwasis respectfully “ The Iron Buffalo of the Plains ”)
* In the book The Ends of Power, Nixon's chief of staff H. R. Haldeman claimed that the term " Bay of Pigs ", mentioned by Nixon in a tape-recorded White House conversation as the reason the CIA should put a stop to the Watergate investigations, was used by Nixon as a coded reference to a CIA plot to assassinate Fidel Castro during the John F. Kennedy administration.
United States Senate | Senator George W. Norris of Nebraska and United States House of Representatives | Representative Fiorello H. La Guardia of New York, both Republican Party ( United States ) | Republicans, were the chief sponsors of the Act
* Mr. Sharp He was the chief teacher of Salem House and had more authority than Mr. Mell.
Senior members of the White House staff including, Counselor Meese, Chief of Staff James A. Baker III, and Michael Deaver were concerned that the proposed reorganization took too much power out of the President's hands and that an activist Secretary of State operating with wide powers could eclipse the President in his public role as the chief enunciator of U. S. foreign policy.

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* Otto Kronsteig-One of Doctor Doom's chief scientists.
Heinrich Müller became Gestapo Chief, Arthur Nebe, chief of the Criminal Police ( Kripo ), and the two branches of SD were commanded by various SS officers such as Otto Ohlendorf and Walter Schellenberg.
Among Otto II's chief advisors, only the Saxon Bishop Dietrich I of Metz had close connections with the old Saxon nobility.
Webb was in his mid-fifties when actor / director Otto Preminger chose him over the objections of 20th Century Fox chief Darryl F. Zanuck to play the elegant but evil radio columnist Waldo Lydecker, who is obsessed with Gene Tierney's character in the 1944 film noir Laura.
Aschaffenburg's chief buildings are the Schloss Johannisburg, built 1605 1614 by Archbishop Schweikard von Kronberg, which contains a library with a number of incunabula, a collection of engravings and paintings ; the Pompejanum, a replica of a Roman town house discovered in Pompeii commissioned by King Ludwig I. and opened in 1850 ; the Stiftskirche basilica, founded in 974 by Otto of Swabia, duke of Bavaria, but dating in the main from the early 12th century on, in which are preserved various monuments by the Vischers, a sarcophagus with the relics of Saint Margaret, and a famous painting by Matthias Grünewald ; the Capuchin hospital ; a theatre, which was formerly a house of the Teutonic Order ; several mansions of the nobility ; and the beautiful, historical " Altstadt " ( the oldest section of Aschaffenburg ).
When in 1872 Otto und Langen reorganized as Gasmotoren-Fabrik Deutz, management picked Daimler as factory manager, bypassing even Otto, and Daimler joined the company in August, taking Maybach with him as chief designer.
As directors, both Daimler and Otto focused on gas-engine development while Maybach was chief designer.
The chief authority for his life is Otto Ribbeck ; sein Bild seines Lebens aus seinen Briefen ( 1901 ), ed.
The first edition of 65 volumes ( 65, 000 entries, plus a supplementary volume about the Soviet Union ) was published during 1926 1947, the chief editor being Otto Schmidt ( until 1941 ).
" Evil Otto " was named after Dave Otto, security chief at McNeil's former employer Dave Nutting Associates.
Tom's chief antagonists are Baron Otto Matic ( voiced by Paul Frees ) and his lackey, Clutcher ( voiced by Daws Butler ), whom the Baron often hits across the head with a monkey wrench.
They are treated with some indifference, though a few crew members José the cook and Otto the chief mate care for them and become fond of them, and Captain Jonsen, the pirate captain himself, becomes very fond of Emily.
Marangu has always been an important centre of the Lutheran church and Marangu Mamba was the home of Bishop Stefano Reuben Moshi ( 1906 76 ), Lutheran Bishop of Tanzania, and chief informant for Otto Raum's study on his family: " Chaga Childhood " Oxford University Press 1940 ( reprinted 1996 ).
However, around 1600 SS-Standartenfuhrer Paul Otto Geibel, chief of police and SS in the Warsaw District, received a warning about the uprising from an anonymous ' lieutenant of Luftwaffe ', who had in turn been warned about it by a Polish woman.
Instead, Potocki became, for the next decade and half, one of his chief political critics and opponents ; on 1776 he went to Moscow to argue, unsuccessfully, for limiting the power of king and the Russian ambassador, Otto Magnus von Stackelberg.
Paul Mattick was the chief editor and main contributor, Karl Korsch, Anton Pannekoek, Max Nomad, Daniel Guérin, Otto Rühle, Dwight Macdonald and Victor Serge also published in the ICC.
After a close brush with bankruptcy in 1913, Wärndorfer was shipped off to America and the following year Otto Primavesi, a banker from Moravia, took over as chief financier and patron.
It was he, as acting commander in chief in place of a sick Admiral Eduard von Knorr, who sent the German East Asia Squadron commanded by Otto von Diederichs to the Shandong Peninsula area in the fall of 1897, and who gave the order to take over Kiautschou in November.
When in 1872 Otto und Langen reorganized as Gasmotoren-Fabrik Deutz, management picked Daimler as factory manager, bypassing even Otto, and Daimler joined the company in August, taking Maybach with him as chief designer.
To the direct descendants of the Jauchs belong furthermore the German painter and head of the Nazarene movement Johann Friedrich Overbeck ( 1789 1869 ), the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Henryk Sienkiewicz ( 1846 1916 ), Lieutenant Colonel Otto von Feldmann ( 1873 1945 ), as Feldmann Pasha chief of military operations department at the Ottoman General Headquarters in World War I, SS-Gruppenführer and Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS Karl Fischer von Treuenfeld ( 1885 1946 ), inter alia commander of the escalade of Prague's Ss.
Colonel Otto Ruge became chief of the General Staff in 1933.

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