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  1. › wiki › Dean_AchesonDean Acheson - Wikipedia

    Dean Gooderham Acheson (pronounced / ˈ æ tʃ ɪ s ə n /; April 11, 1893 – October 12, 1971) was an American statesman and lawyer. As the 51st U.S. Secretary of State, he set the foreign policy of the Harry S. Truman administration from 1949 to 1953.

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    In 1949, he was made deputy undersecretary of state under Dean Acheson, who had replaced Marshall as secretary of state. Assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern affairs. In 1950, Rusk was made assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern affairs, at his own request, arguing that he knew Asia the best.

  3. In 1906, Secretary of State Elihu Root visited Recife to honor his friend Joaquim Nabuco. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt met with the Bishop of Natal Dom Marcelino Dantas and General Gomes in 1944 and Secretary of State Dean Acheson followed with a visit in 1952. Visits by American officials, figures, and tourists increase each year!

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  5. Sam and Dean return to the witch's house where they find Tina gone, and they capture the man who reveals himself to be Hansel of Hansel and Gretel (Mark Acheson). He explains that Hansel and Gretel was a true story, only the story had a happy ending, while in reality he was forced to help the witch Katja ( Lesley Nicol ) eat children for centuries and eat Gretel's heart when they tried to escape.

  6. 10/06/2006 · The Unstoppable Chambermaid: Directed by Sunao Katabuchi, Tetsurô Araki. With Mark Acheson, Patricia Drake, Brian Drummond, Hisao Egawa. Revy finally regains consciousness and enters into combat with Roberta.

  7. Future US Secretary of State Dean Acheson stands third from right in the back row. The Anglo-American Loan Agreement was a loan made to the United Kingdom by the United States on 15 July 1946, enabling its economy after the Second World War to keep afloat. [1]