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The unofficial title, "First Lady" originated in the United States of America in 1849 , exclusively to identify the wife of the elected president and currently used widely in many countries to address the spouse of an elected head of state, but not for the spouse of a prime minister or head of government.
The first basketball was invented in 1942 by a physical education teacher named, James Naismith. The first basketball had seams on the outside that was used to identify the type of ball it was, and it was also used to for support. The seams in the basketball help the person playing keep grip of the …
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Answer "What does Jacqueline Kennedy's i It is an off-white sleeveless gown of silk chiffon over peau d'ange; under the floor-length cape is a strapless bodice encrusted with brilliants and embroidered with silver thread. Look at a picture on: http://historywired.si.edu/object.cfm?ID=311 There a…
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Jacqueline Kennedy made the add for her husband's Presidential Campaign that was designed to reach out to Hispanic voters in the Western states in the Fall of 1960. She was pregnant with John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Jr. at the time and did not want to risk losing the baby due to the stress from campaign…
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Where Eleanor Roosevelt DiedAnna Eleanor Roosevelt, wife to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, passed away November 7, 1962 at the age of 78 in New York, NY. She is buried in Hyde Park, NY on Long Island.
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Dolley Madison was the wife of President James Madison and acted as first lady while widower Jefferson was in office. Dolley held many social engagements while in the White House and was known for her hospitality and social graces.
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Answer National Archives-won't be released until 2023.
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the face on the dime is F.D.R
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She died of typhoid fever on October 28, 1818, at the age of 73. She died in Quincy, Massachusetts, and was buried at the First Unitarian Church next to her husband, John Adams. Her last words were, "Do not grieve, my friend, my dearest friend. I am ready to go. And John, it will not be long.
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With the increasing signs of the heavy toll her active life seemed to finally be taking on her she was at persuaded by family and friends to seek the advice of a specialist. Not long after she was was diagnosed with aplastic anemia, though at the time it was misdiagnosed as another form of anemia an…
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Miss Graham died of cardiac arrest after being treated for two months for pneumonia, said Ron Protas, general director of the Martha Graham Dance Company. Miss Graham had become ill in December after a 55-day tour of the Far East with her troupe. She entered the hospital on Jan. 15 and returned home…
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The president Zachary Taylor first used the title "first lady" in 1849 when he read a eulogy (that he wrote) at the funeral of Dolley Madison. But it wasn't until 1860 when Frank Leslie wrote "The Lady of the White House, and by courtesy, the First Lady of the Land" in Illustrated Money when speakin…
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The first bacteria are believed to have existed about 3 1/2 billion years ago. The first land plants: about 450 million years ago. And the first animals that walked and set their feet down on land: about 250 million years ago. Mammals may have begun their existence not much after this time, perhaps …
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Loads of temperature changes in the upper mantle forces the carbon atoms to go deeper where it melts and finally becomes new rock, when the temperature reduces. If other conditions like pressure and chemistry is right then the carbon atoms in the melting crustal rock bond to build diamond crystals.
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No. Ronald Reagan was indeed divorced at one time, but that was from his first wife, Jane Wyman. Ronald Reagan remained married to Nancy until his death.
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In the Sony labs in Japan
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no one really knows or even really cares
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Martha Jefferson died on September 6th 1786.
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When was the first online college class and who started it all?
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A portrait of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States, has appeared on the US dime (ten cent) coin since 1946.
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there are many reasons why there are colours in the world if you are religious god thought that maybe black and white was too bland and it needed brightening uo but if you are not religious there are many reasons
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they used toboggans and canoes and snowshoes also. that were made out of an old gramma
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Yes. Her name was Martha Washington. They were married on Jan. 6, 1759. It was her second marriage.
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The first home computer was the Apple computer manufactured under Steve Jobs at Apple Computer, Inc. in 1977. The Apple computer used magnetic cassettes and floppy diskettes for data storage.
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Abigail Adams parents were William and Elizabeth Quincy Smith. Abigail's parents were Elizabeth: mom. William: dad
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Gail is the name of his first wife. He has six children: four of them from his first wife.
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The four most populous cities in the US are:New York, New YorkLos Angeles, CaliforniaChicago, IllinoisHouston, Texas
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The 32nd President of the United States was Franklin D. Roosevelt from March 4, 1933 to April 12, 1945
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Uniform laws allow everyone to know what to expect as the result of certain actions. They tell us what we can and cannot do and as importantly they tell us what our neighbors can and cannot do. They provide a basis for resolution of legal problems or conflicts so matters don't need to be decided ove…
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During the middle ages each landlord would have a common oven and housewives would make their own dough and bring it to the baker to be baked. It became a practice that bakers would steal a portion of the dough and bake it and sell it for his own purposes.
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When electron falls from 7th orbit to 3rd orbit then it release energy which can be seen in the form of colour.
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Her maiden name was Claudia Alta Taylor. She was born into a wealthy family on December 22, 1912
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A first class stamp costs 44 cents
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Honus Wagner Signed Postcard with inscription A Honus Wagner Single Signed Baseball is worth about $4,000.-$5,000. Cut signatures about $400.-$500., and 3 x 5 index cards about $500.-$600. I would put a signed Postcard in the index card category but with the inscription "to Ginger Beaumont" ther…
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Not without a photo/description.
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i believe you need to be caring and nurturing an d gently and calm..be friendly and a conversationalist.
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3.5 Billion Years Ago. This is how old fossil stromatolites have been dated. You can find modern versions of these same formations growing now off the coast of Australia.
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I'm sure that she said in an interview that she liked George Orwell's 1984. I don't know where the interview was from, and it was a really funny answer especially now that she's running for president. You can see Hillary Clinton's favorite books on: http://famouspick.blogspot.com/2009/01/hillar…
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Geraldine Ferraro?
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The first person 'seen' was Bruce Gyngell. However the first person heard (and technically the first person on Australian tv) was John Godson who announce the details of the broadcast before Gyngell appeared.
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Answer One possibility is that they may have eaten a meal, especially a large meal. Since our bodies require a very large expenditure of energy, participating in activities that also require a large amount of energy like swimming overloads our bodies resources. It is possible to get muscle cramp…
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When you have cramps and 2 years after breast growth you also start to grow hair down there and sometimes acne you also may have white stuff down there
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Australian explorer Edmund Kennedy was just 30 years old when he was killed.
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AdamHe was made from the dirt of the ground. According to the Bible he was created as the first man. God then put him to sleep and took out his rib to make Eve.
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Re-_Answer">Re- Answer1) Julia Tyler - married John Tyler 26 June 1844 (His first wife, Letitia, died in 1842.2) Edith Roosevelt - Married Theodore Roosevelt 2 Dec 1886 - First wife, Alice, died in 18843) Edith Galt Wilson - married Woodrow Wilson 18 Dec 1915 - First wife, Ellen died 26 June 1914…
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The hydrophone was developed first. It was around back in Da Vinci's time, and the first recorded use dates from about 1490. Stick the large end of a "horn" of some kind in the water and listen to the little end to see what you can hear. That's a hydrophone. Sonar came along later, like in the earl…
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Not sure which company actually built the first GPS hardware, but the GPS system was first developed for, and used by, the US Military (US Department of Defense) in 1973.
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The first game of baseball every played was just that, baseball. However, most research seems to point to the English sport of rounders as the basis for modern baseball. The very first recorded baseball game using modern rules took place in 1846 between the New York Knickerbockers and the New York N…
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The first gaming system was the Nintendo N64
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Lucy Webb Hayes was probably the first of the President's wives to be given that title while she lived in the White House. Writers of etiquette books, and those in Washington society, were horrified in 1877 when journalist Mary C. Ames referred to Lucy Webb Hayes as "the First Lady of the Land". Pri…
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No, Hillary Clinton has never had an affair. Despite rumors that she had one with multiple time president candidate Ralph Nader, she has stayed loyal to her husband of 35 years, Bill Clinton
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Charles Babez used the first computer.
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The Declaration of Sentiments was intended to free women in the United States from civil, social, political, and religious oppression. It was based on the Declaration of Independence and presented as the first major step in gaining rights for women.
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Hera, Hades, Hestia, Zeus, Demeter, and Poseidon. Not necessarily in that order. Zeus is the runt of the litter.
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First Class International Rate to Canada for 1 oz is $1.00. Source usps.com.
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The most populated city in the United States is New York, New York.
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The "oldest" existing religion is Judaism. Not Hinduism.Judaism has its roots to the Books of Moses, to the book of Enoch and the Book of Adam and Eve. These were the first written accounts of the creations of God.
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Germany was the origin of birthdays.
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Abraham Lincoln was embalmed after 7 days of his death. This in history was the first embalmed in the world.
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To express gratitude for the new Constitution, President George Washington declared the first national holiday. July 4, 1776 was the first time Independence Day was celebrated.
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While it is not known for certain, there is evidence of human habitation in North America up to 20,000 years ago. Europeans came to the New World in the late 15th century.
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Bill Gates. He is the founder of Microsoft i think. He is now a multi millionare  Answer 2.Bill gates and Microsoft did not make any computer hardware at first. They were a Software company only. They designed the Disc Operating System, (DOS / MSDOS) for other computers to use. Home comput…
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Martha's two children were by her first husband, Daniel Parke Custis. John ("Jacky") was 4, and Martha ("Patsy") was 2 when Martha and George were married in 1759. George and Martha raised Jacky and Patsy; Patsy died at age 17 and Jacky married Eleanor Calvert, and had four children. Two of Jacky's…
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According to the Bible, a man named Adam.According to current scientific findings, the first person on earth was an unnamed and unspecified individual of homo sapiens, around 200000 years ago.
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Andrew Jackson did not have any children of his own. He adopted one of the twin nephews of his wife, Rachel, for reasons that remain unclear. This son, Andrew Jackson, Jr(1808-1865) , became the heir of the Jackson estate. Andrew Jackson, Jr. would eventually sell the Hermitage to the State of Tenn…
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The First Lady of the United States who was taller than the President was Dolly Madison. James Madison was only 5 feet 4 inches tall. Dolly was nearly 2 inches taller than he was.
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George Washington married the widow Martha Custis in 1759.
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About 120 pounds according to some sources. It suggests she was very slender for a woman with a size shoe that was larger then a 10, and was about 5 feet, 9 inches tall.
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Some drunk dude was drunk and starting rubbing it on people.
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Chemical solid propellant rockets, like fireworks, were used in ancient China Goddard and Von Braun developed what we would now consider rockets in the early 20th century.
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Thomas Lunsford was born in 1610 at Wileigh in East Hoathly, the family home for nearly three hundred years. His was a noble heritage that dated back to the 1,000's with a family rich in military history. His Saxon ancestors fought against William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, and…
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Arabella Kennedy was the name that Jackie Kennedy had picked out for their daughter who did not survive after birth. Some say that she was named that posthumously by Jackie.Arabella Kennedy was the stillborn daughter of Jacqueline and (then-senator) John F. Kennedy, born August 23, 1956. She and her…
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she gave birth to 4 children, Arabella, who was born stillborn, Caroline, John Jr., and Patrick, who died within 40 hours of birth.
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LAURA BUSH'S CROSS TO BEAR "HOW TO TEACH AN AUTISTIC ADULT TO BEHAVE IN PUBLIC" is her first and only book.It will be a lifetime read. Complete list of Laura Bush's favorite books: http://famouspick.blogspot.com/2009/04/laura-bush-author-teacher-librarian.html
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Answer No record exists of any formal education; although Philadelphia's Pine Street Meeting, to which the Paynes belonged, did offer class instructions for girls as well as boys, Dolley Payne was 15 years old at the time she moved to Philadelphia and was past the usual age for school.dolley Madi…
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President Thomas Jefferson sent Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on their famous expedition from the Mississippi River across the Louisiana Purchase and the Oregon Country all the way to the Pacific Ocean. It lasted from 1804 to 1806.
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Harry Wilson
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in the first movie they made together (high school musical 1) or the auditions for that movie
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the first choreographer was indeed Danielle chang wang!!!joking no i don't kno who it was,..
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The first basketball team wasn't segregated. Actually, black players didn't want to play.
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Abigail Smith Adams(1744-1818) John;s wife. They were married on October 25, 1764, five days before his 29th birthday. She was his third cousin and the daughter of a Congregational minister, Rev. William Smith, at Weymouth,
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Lady Bird Johnson's maiden name was Taylor. Her birth name was Claudia Alta Taylor; her nickname was "Lady bird"
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John F. Kennedy married Jacqueline Onassis on September 12, 1953 at St. Mary's Church, Newport, Rhode Island.
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Hillary Clinton is an important person in U.S. Government. She plays an essential role to serve the nation as Senator, First Lady and now Secretary of State.
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Franklin D. Roosevelt is on the dime, been on it since 1946.
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Rutherford B. Hayes.
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Dolly, the sheep
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It is hard to give the exact foods, but in a book called the " Presidents Cookbook; Practical Recipes from George Washington to the Present" (New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1968). Give some of the following foods.Martha Washington's Crab Soup, Chicken Sauce, Hearty Choak Pie, Brown Frigasee. They wr…
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From Africa, according to current theories. In fact, every human being on earth is descended from the first humans who came out of Africa starting roughly 100,000 years ago. There is substantial genetic evidence, still coming in, supporting the general migratory patterns that indicate Africa as the …
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