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  • 1851, detail of previous George Washington 3¢, 1851 Thomas Jefferson 5¢, 1856 George Washington 10¢, Type III, 1855 George
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  • Robert Livingston, 1¢ Thomas Jefferson, 2¢ James Monroe, 3¢ William McKinley, 5¢ Map of Louisiana Purchase, 10¢
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  • Newspaper Boys, 3¢, 1952 (4 stamps) Thomas Jefferson, 2¢, coil (2 stamps) Liberty, 3¢ , 1954 15¢, 1955, Certified Mail
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  • 1861 Andrew Jackson 2¢, 1863, the "Black Jack" Thomas Jefferson 5¢, 1861 Abraham Lincoln 15¢, 1866 George Washington
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  • George Washington, 3¢ Washington, 3¢ detail Edwin M. Stanton, 7¢ Stanton, 7¢ (detail) Thomas Jefferson, 10¢
    343 bytes (39 words) - 23:02, 2 July 2010
  • Toppan, Carpenter & Co. George Washington 3¢ George Washington 3¢ George Washington 3¢, 1861 Thomas Jefferson 5¢, 1857
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  • and dot ”.” or parentheses “)”. a. Bill Clinton b. Richard Nixon c. Thomas Jefferson d. George Washington Each question can include a title. The title
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  • Washingtonian ideal was dead when, in the election of 1800, Thomas Jefferson ran against John Adams. Jefferson beat Adams, but tied with his vice-presidential candidate
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  • Set many precedents in office. 2 John Adams 1797-1801 Federalist 3 Thomas Jefferson 1801-1809 Democratic-Republican 4 James Madison 1809-1817 Democratic-Republican
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  • Virginia, starting in 1951. He was an associate editor of The Papers of Thomas Jefferson at Princeton. He spent his summers at in Hartwick, New York, at the
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  • The Declaration of Independence, written by Thomas Jefferson, stated, "all men are created equal." Jefferson intentionally excluded women.[citation needed]
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  • printed in the colonies was in 1640. The first publisher was Lipincott. Thomas Jefferson was considered a radical for his defense of Free Speech and opposition
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  • Federalist Vice President John Adams, Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Thomas Pinckney, and the Democratic-Republican Aaron Burr. (Burr
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  • man with the wrong mental attitude." This familiar quote stated by Thomas Jefferson, is relevant to the condition of learned helplessness. Learned helplessness
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  • vision loss Randomized trial from Thomas Jefferson shows significant benefit for periocular triamcinolone Thomas Jefferson (2005-2005) -- Plaque RT +/- periocular
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  • Charles-Louis Montesquieu, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Simón Bolívar, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison). 2. List the principles of the Magna Carta, the English
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  • get his homework done. p. 38 (February 9, 1951). George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln were three of America's greatest presidents. (Along
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  • resulted in the alienation of Vice President Thomas Jefferson under the Adams administration. In 1800, Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr ran against Adams and his
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  • the United States The Democratic Party has its roots in the party of Thomas Jefferson, but took shape after the 1824 election, in which Andrew Jackson won
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  • ongoing hearing loss, and possible mass effects with large tumors. Thomas Jefferson; 2009 PMID 19042095 -- "Toward dose optimization for fractionated stereotactic
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