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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Bob_TaftBob Taft - Wikipedia

    Personal background. Taft was born in 1942 in Boston, to U.S. Senator Robert Taft Jr. and Blanca Duncan Noel. Bob's paternal grandfather was U.S. Senate Majority Leader Robert Alphonso Taft Sr.; his patrilineal great-grandfather was U.S. President and Chief Justice of the United States William Howard Taft; and his patrilineal great-great-grandfather was Attorney General and Secretary of War ...

  2. 16/11/2022 · The University of Cincinnati’s award-winning and ever-evolving campus takes spirit and innovation to the next level. Major campus renovations like brand new residence halls, a completely reconfigured College of Law, and state-of-the-art Fifth Third Arena create a sense of community on our urban campus.

  3. Dalla coppia nacquero tre figli: Robert Alphonso Taft (che seguì le orme politiche del padre), Helen Taft Menning e Charles Phelps Taft II. Durante la presidenza del marito, Helen fu colpita da un ictus che compromise la sua capacità di parlare e dal quale non si riprese mai del tutto, sebbene riuscisse a mantenere una certa vita sociale.

  4. In 1918, Ford's closest aide and private secretary, Ernest G. Liebold, purchased the Independent from Marcus Woodruff, who had been running it at a loss. The initial staff of the newspaper included E. G. Pipp, previously managing editor of the Detroit News, writers William J. Cameron (also formerly of the News) and Marcus Woodruff, and Fred Black as business manager.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › QQ - Wikipedia

    Time period: Unknown to present: Descendants • Ƣ Sisters: Φ φ Ф ק ق ܩ ࠒ 𐎖 ቀ Փ փ Ֆ ֆ: Variations (Other; Other letters commonly used with: q(x) This article contains phonetic transcriptions in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).

  6. In 1871, Senator Charles Sumner introduced an unsuccessful resolution to censure President Ulysses S. Grant for deploying ships to the Dominican Republic without the approval of Congress. In 1952, Congressman Burr Powell Harrison introduced a resolution censuring President Harry S. Truman for seizing control of steel mills during the 1952 steel strike .