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Teach and his quartermaster, William Howard, may at this time have struggled to control their crews.
In the United States, the administration of President William Howard Taft was progressive conservative and he described himself as " a believer in progressive conservatism " and President Dwight D. Eisenhower declared himself an advocate of " progressive conservatism ".
2004 ), was fan William Galen Gray's attempt to create " a chronology of all the stories, both Howard and pastiche.
In 1908, he was offered the vice-presidential nomination by William Howard Taft, but he declined it to run again for Governor.
( The other Presidents who did not have prior elected office were Zachary Taylor, Ulysses S. Grant, William Howard Taft and Herbert Hoover.
Thus, the 11th edition is " dedicated by Permission to His Majesty George the Fifth, King of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, Emperor of India, and to William Howard Taft, President of the United States of America.
The earliest known written evidence of the title is from the November 3, 1863, diary entry of William Howard Russell, in which he referred to gossip about " the First Lady in the Land ," referring to Mary Todd Lincoln.
Madero successfully imported arms from the United States, with the American government under William Howard Taft doing little to halt the flow of arms to the Mexican revolutionaries.
Hoover is the most recent cabinet secretary to be elected President of the United States, as well as one of only two Presidents ( along with William Howard Taft ) to have been elected without previous electoral experience or high military rank.
Rejecting the adversarial stance of Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Woodrow Wilson, he sought to make the Commerce Department a powerful service organization, empowered to forge cooperative voluntary partnerships between government and business.
Previous Hopwood winners include Brett Ellen Block, Max Apple, Lorna Beers, Sven Birkerts, John Malcolm Brinnin, John Ciardi, Tom Clark, Lyn Coffin, Cid Corman, Christopher Paul Curtis, Mary Gaitskill, Robert Hayden, Garrett Hongo, Lawrence Joseph, Jane Kenyon, Laura Kasischke, Elizabeth Kostova, Arthur Miller, Howard Moss, Davi Napoleon, Frank O ' Hara, Marge Piercy, William Craig Rice, Ari Roth, Davy Rothbart, Betty Smith, Ron Sproat, Keith Waldrop, Rosmarie Waldrop, Edmund White, Nancy Willard, Beth Tanenhaus Winsten, and Maritta Wolff.
* 1921 U. S. President Warren G. Harding appoints former President William Howard Taft Chief Justice of the United States.
* 1921 Former U. S. President William Howard Taft is sworn in as 10th Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, becoming the only person to ever be both President and Chief Justice.
He is later awarded a Gold medal from U. S. President William Howard Taft for this feat.
William Jan Berry ( born in Los Angeles, California April 3, 1941 ; died March 26, 2004 ), was the son of aeronautical engineer William L. Berry ( born December 7, 1909 in The Bronx, NY ; died December 19, 2004 in Camarillo, California ), who had been project manager of the " Spruce Goose " and flew on its only flight with Howard Hughes, and Clara Lorentze Mustad Berry ( born September 2, 1919 in Bergen, Norway ; died July 9, 2009 ).
President William Howard Taft devoted a considerable portion of his First Annual Message to Congress ( December 7, 1909 ) to the Liberian question, noting the close historical ties between the two countries that gave an opening for a wider intervention:
Attending dignitaries included President William Howard Taft, along with representatives from France, Canada and the United Kingdom.
In 1939, Australian scientist Howard Florey ( later Baron Florey ) and a team of researchers ( Ernst Boris Chain, Arthur Duncan Gardner, Norman Heatley, M. Jennings, J. Orr-Ewing and G. Sanders ) at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford made significant progress in showing the in vivo bactericidal action of penicillin.
William Howard Taft started the tradition of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch in 1910 at Griffith Stadium, Washington, D. C., on the Washington Senators ' Opening Day.
Abraham Lincoln, William Howard Taft and Barack Obama were accused of being atheists during election campaigns, while others to hold the office used faith as a defining aspect of their campaigns and tenure.
William Howard Taft, a Unitarian, is noted to have said in a letter to a friend, " I am interested in the spread of Christian civilization, but to go into a dogmatic discussion of creed I will not do whether I am defeated or not.
* 1857 William Howard Taft, American politician, 27th President of the United States ( d. 1930 )
The first known sonnets in English, written by Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, used this Italian scheme, as did sonnets by later English poets including John Milton, Thomas Gray, William Wordsworth and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
At the end of his second term, Roosevelt promoted his friend William Howard Taft for the 1908 Republican nomination.

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Senator Taft assisted the President greatly in working with the Old Guard, and was sorely missed when his death left Eisenhower with his successor William Knowland, whom Eisenhower disliked.
* 1909 U. S. President William Taft used what became known as a Saxbe fix, a mechanism to avoid the restriction of the U. S. Constitution's Ineligibility Clause, to appoint Philander C. Knox as U. S. Secretary of State
He chose not to run for another term in 1908, and supported William Taft for the presidency, instead of Fairbanks.
Roosevelt certified William Howard Taft to be a genuine " progressive " in 1908, when Roosevelt pushed through the nomination of his Secretary of War for the Presidency.
Taft easily defeated three-time candidate William Jennings Bryan.
1909 cartoon: TR hands his policies to the care of Taft while William Loeb, Jr. carries the " Big Stick "
The battle between William Howard Taft | Taft and Roosevelt bitterly split the Republican Party ; Taft's people dominated the party until 1936.

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* Sir William Buell Richards ( Chief Justice ) September 30, 1875
* William Alexander Henry September 30, 1875
* Sir William Johnstone Ritchie September 30, 1875
William F. Miller was interim CEO until September of that year, when Whitney G. Lynn became interim president and CEO and then continued to have a succession of CEOs including Dale Fuller and Tod Nielsen.
Nelson publicly encouraged this close bond with his officers and on 29 September 1798 described them as " We few, we happy few, we band of brothers ", echoing William Shakespeare's play Henry V. From this grew the notion of the Nelsonic Band of Brothers, a cadre of high-quality naval officers that served with Nelson for the remainder of his life.
After the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War ( 19 July 1870 ), Monet took refuge in England in September 1870, where he studied the works of John Constable and Joseph Mallord William Turner, both of whose landscapes would serve to inspire Monet's innovations in the study of color.
In September 2006, The City University of New York received a $ 30, 000, 000 gift from philanthropist and City College alumnus, William E. Macaulay, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of First Reserve Corporation.
Also suggested as a possible influence on Poe is ‘ The Secret Cell ’, a short story published in September 1837 by William Evans Burton, describing how a London policeman solves the mystery of a kidnapped girl.
* 1969 United States Secretary of State William P. Rogers proposes his plan for a ceasefire in the War of Attrition ; Egypt and Jordan accept it over the objections of the PLO, which leads to civil war in Jordan in September 1970.
The first, the ' little tin idol ', was used from the inception of the Cup in 1871 72 until it was stolen from a Birmingham shoe shop window belonging to William Shillcock while held by Aston Villa on 11 September 1895, and was never seen again.
His crew for the mission, which occurred on September 2, 1944, included Radioman Second Class John Delaney and Lieutenant Junior Grade William White.
With his brother-in-law Gustavus dead in 1632, George William maintained the Swedish alliance until after the Swedish defeat at the Battle of Nordlingen on 6 September 1634.
On 28 September 1066, William of Normandy invaded England with a force of Normans, in a campaign known as the Norman Conquest.
In August September 1905, he founded the Zinc Corporation ( later, following various mergers, to become part of the Rio Tinto Group ) with William Baillieu and others, with the intention to purchase and treat the zinc rich-tailings in Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Prince William left Albania on 3 September 1914, as a result of the Peasant Revolt initiated by Essad Pasha and later taken over by Haxhi Qamili.
On the morning of 28 September 1106, exactly 40 years after William had made his way to England, the decisive battle between his two surviving sons, Robert Curthose and Henry Beauclerc, took place in the small village of Tinchebray, in Lower Normandy.
In September 2009, Prince William and Prince Harry set up The Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry to enable the princes to take forward their charitable ambitions.
In September 1797, Coleridge lived in Stowey in the south west of England and spent much of his time walking through the nearby Quantock Hills with his fellow poet William Wordsworth and Wordsworth's sister Dorothy ; ( His route today is memorialized as the " Coleridge Way ".
Little Nemo is the main fictional character in a series of weekly comic strips by Winsor McCay that appeared in the New York Herald and William Randolph Hearst's New York American newspapers from October 15, 1905 July 23, 1911 and September 3, 1911 July 26, 1914 ; respectively.
In September, learning of William Rufus's approaching army, Malcolm withdrew north and the English followed.
* William Ury, Getting Past No: Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation, revised second edition, Bantam, January 1, 1993, trade paperback, ISBN 0-553-37131-2 ; 1st edition under the title, Getting Past No: Negotiating with Difficult People, Bantam, September, 1991, hardcover, 161 pages, ISBN 0-553-07274-9
In September 1362, Abbot William arrived in Avignon, returning from Naples, where he had been sent by Pope Innocent IV as papal legate, only to learn that the pope had died.

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