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  2. Grover Cleveland - Wikipedia

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    Stephen Grover Cleveland (Caldwell, 18 marzo 1837 – Princeton, 24 giugno 1908) è stato un politico statunitense, 22º e 24º Presidente degli Stati Uniti d'America. È stato l'unico Presidente, in tutta la storia degli Stati Uniti, eletto per due mandati non consecutivi, la prima volta nel quadriennio dal 1885 al 1889, la seconda dal 1893 al 1897; peraltro, Cleveland si ricandidò alla fine ...

  3. Cleveland Elementary School shooting (San Diego) - Wikipedia

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    The Cleveland Elementary School shooting was a school shooting that took place on January 29, 1979, at Grover Cleveland Elementary School in San Diego, California, United States. The principal and a custodian were killed; eight children and police officer Robert Robb were injured. A 16-year-old girl, Brenda Spencer, who lived in a house across ...

  4. 10 fascinating facts about Grover Cleveland, the only double ...

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    Grover Cleveland stands alone in American history as the only President to serve non-consecutive terms. On the anniversary of his birth, here’s a look at one of most fascinating White House occupants. On March 18, 1837, the future President was born in Caldwell, N.J. Cleveland passed away in Princeton, N.J., at the age of 71.

  5. Cleveland High School (Los Angeles) - Wikipedia

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    Grover Cleveland Charter High School is a public school serving grades 9–12. Cleveland Humanities Magnet is part of Cleveland Charter High School. The school is located along the community of Reseda Ranch within the neighborhood of Reseda, in the San Fernando Valley portion of the city of Los Angeles, California.

  6. How Donald Trump hopes to follow in the footsteps of Grover ...

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    Grover Cleveland is the only sitting president to be married during his presidential term when he wed 21-year-old Frances Folsom at age 49. Cleveland first met Folsom when she was just an infant ...

  7. B - Wikipedia

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    B, or b, is the second letter of the Latin-script alphabet, used in the modern English alphabet, the alphabets of other western European languages and others worldwide.Its name in English is bee (pronounced / ˈ b iː /), plural bees.

  8. How Trump Compares to Grover Cleveland, Last Losing President ...

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    Grover Cleveland, a Democrat, was first elected president in 1884 but he was defeated in his re-election bid in 1888 by Republican Benjamin Harrison, despite winning the popular vote on both ...

  9. Executive Orders | The American Presidency Project

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    The form, substance and numbers of presidential orders (jump to table below) has varied dramatically in the history of the US Presidency. Numbering of Executive Orders began in 1907 by the Department of State, which assigned numbers to all the orders in their files, dating from 1862 (Lord 1944, viii).

  10. List of United States presidential vetoes - Wikipedia

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    Grover Cleveland. 584 total vetoes, including 238 pocket vetoes (414 first term, 170 second term). Grover Cleveland vetoed more bills in his two terms than all other ...

  11. U.S. Senate: Supreme Court Nominations (1789-Present)

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    The Constitution requires the president to submit nominations to the Senate for its advice and consent. Since the Supreme Court was established in 1789, presidents have submitted 165 nominations for the Court, including those for chief justice.