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Grover Cleveland was the 22nd and 24th President of the United States. He is the only US President to serve for two non-consecutive terms.
Grover Cleveland Grover Cleveland was the American president in the late 19th Century ... twice. He was both the Twenty-Second (22nd) President (1885-1889) and the Twenty-Fourth (24th) President (1893-1897). He is the only President to be elected two non-consecutive terms. Cleveland was born in Ca…
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Stephen Grover Cleveland brought democratic views to the United States at the times of his presidency (which was uncommon for the trend of republican presidents at the time). He attacked more than just economic problems, but the moral issues behind them as well.
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Being an old boy from the South, he was tagged with the nickname, Cletus, after Cletus Delroy Spuckler of Simpsons fame.
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grover Cleveland had 104 pets they where all cats
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He was the 22nd President of the United States and the 24th President. He was an arguably good person and died of heart failure. He was fat and weighed 250 pounds.
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Not as good as it used to be; back in the day, the place to be in Cleveland at night was the flatts, but now a days it is not good at all. But we are trying to bring it back to life, there are really nice cruises on the lake and good places to dine. There are plenty of bars and nice hotels, hope thi…
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The presidential privilege is known as the executive privilege. The executive privilege gives the president to withhold information from the courts and Congress.
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No, but he is Hindu Punjabi.He's a combination of a Punjabi and a Hindu.
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Employers are allowed to seek federal injunctions to break strikes. The federal government ordered strikers back to work.
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Is this the person you mean?:Landscape, portrait and miniature painter, James Arthur Cleveland was born in Lancaster, Massachusetts (1811). His father was Captain William Cleveland. James moved Ohio, married Almira Anderson there (1838) and had a son (1840) and one daughter who survived to adulthood…
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Cleveland is nice, in short, we are die hard fans and love our teams. The rock and roll hall of fame is awesome and right next door to the is the science center, but lake Erie is kind of gross. Deffinetly a nice place, just avoid the east side really late at night. Hope that helps.
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The 24th President of the United States was Grover Cleveland from March 4, 1893 to March 4, 1897 (Cleveland was also the 22nd president from 1885 to 1889) with Benjamin Harrison in between from 1889 to 1893)
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Yes. He had multiple kids. But only two of which lived over 3 years old. Ruth, Of whom the babe ruth bar is named after, and Esther.
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He restored honesty and impartialtiy to the government; he planted deep on the American mind the idea that the evils of the prtective tariff system ought to be abolished; he saved the nation from the abandonment of the gold standard at a time when abandonment might have produced economic chaos; and …
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Theodore Roosevelt, then Calvin Coolidge then JFK
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Answer In the first election, 1789, the candidates were: George Washington Edward Telfair John Rutledge John Milton Benjamin Lincoln John Jay Samuel Huntington Robert H. Harison George Clinton James Armstrong John Adams In the second election, 1792, the candidates were: George Was…
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They were named spiders, blues, bronchos and naps (after nap lajoie). They got the Indians name from chief wahoo. He was a player in the 1880s and used to hit for great average unil he got hur. The name after nap retired was put in chief wahoo's memory.
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hunting and fishing
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Answer Gover Cleveland's yacht is named...Oneida
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Cleveland and his wife Frances had five children, three daughters and two sons Ruth (b. October 3, 1891 in New York City; died January 7, 1904 of diphtheria in Princeton, NJ) Esther (born September 9, 1893 in the White House; died June 25, 1980 at Tamworth , NH ; married Wm. Bosanquet Marion (born…
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Grover Cleveland (Stephen Grover Cleveland, 1837-1908) was the 24th US President (1893-1897). He was also the 22nd President (1885-1889), the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms. He was beaten in the electoral college in 1888 by Benjamin Harrison, even though he led in the popular vote…
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Two non-consecutive termsGrover Cleveland was the only President to be elected to two non-consecutive terms as President. In 1884 Grover Cleveland was elected as the 22nd President of the United States and served from March 4, 1885 to March 4, 1889. In 1888 he was defeated by the 23rd President of t…
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Grover Cleveland served two nonconsecutive terms as US President. He was the 22nd and 24th President of the United States from March 4, 1885 to March 4, 1889 and also from March 4, 1893 to March 4, 1897. He was elected in November of 1884 and again in November of. 1992. He was defeated by Benjamin H…
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Nation wide railroad strike
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Any act which is intended to have an effect on the established social order is a political act. Political acts can be broken down (roughly) into the following types: Decision-making: attempts to implement or change rules, policies, or procedures through the normal operation of the political system.…
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During the American Industrial Revolution Grover Cleveland began building labor unions that would create fair and safe working conditions for American workers. He also declared the first Labor Day to honor workers throughout the country.
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grover cleveland.
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He became president because a few of his associates propose the idea, and so he ran and won in the election of 1884.
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No, He did not go to college. He learned to pass the bar exam by working as a clerk in a law office.
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John Tyler was the first US President to re-marry while in office. President Tyler's first wife died in 1842 about a year after he took over as President following the death of President William Henry Harrison. He got remarried June 26, 1844, not long before the end of his time as President. He woul…
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Abner Neal, he worked as a bookseller.
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Allegedly the Baby Ruth candy bar was named after President Grover Cleveland's daughter Ruth Cleveland . It is , however , more likely that the candy bar was named after the famous baseball player Babe Ruth in order to promote the candy bar's popularity .
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Yes, but they also have a gay love affair
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The Pullman Strike began in May 1894 when workers at the Pullman Palace Car factory near Chicago, Illinois walked out. They had attempted to negotiate their decreased wages and the fact that the prices and rents in the Pullman "company town" where they were required to live and shop had remained hig…
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Congress can override the veto by a 2/3s vote in both the House and Senate.
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As of 2014 John Stamos has an estimated net worth of 40 million dollars. He has an annual salary of 2 million per year.
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George Mortimer Pullman (March 3, 1831 - October 19, 1897) was an American inventor and industrialist.The Pullman Sleeping Car was invented by George Pullman in 1857.
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yes, five kids 1 boy and 4 girls
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demonstrated the US government's pro-business alliances.
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President Cleveland was named Stephen Grover Cleveland. Cleveland, Ohio was named after General Moses Cleveland. Cleveland from Family Guy and The Cleveland show is named Cleveland Brown. His son is named Cleveland Brown Jr.
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Sheriff of Erie County, NY, 1870-73
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Mars Bar, KitKat, Bounty, Milky Way, Snickers, Galaxy.
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No US President has ever weighed over 400 lbs. The record for heaviest president was William Howard Taft, who weighed 340 lbs. He is generally considered to have been the fattest president.
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Career: Sheriff of Erie County, NY, 1870-73 Mayor of Buffalo, NY, 1882 Governor of New York, 1883-85 He was Governor of New York StateHe was a president
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Cleveland did not go to school or college during his life. His father died while Grover was young. This cut off all of his chances of having an education.
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Grover Cleveland was born on March 18, 1837.
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because he had used 2 terms already and you can only have 2 terms. no that is not the right answer whomever answered first the real answer is nobody knows why he left
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One of Grover Cleveland's major achievements was passing the Interstate Commerce Act. Another achievement was repealing the Silver Purchase Act.
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Yes. Actually he had seven children: Eliza Arabella who died at age three of diptheria. Harry Augustus James Rudolf Mary "Molly" Irwin McDowell Abram Edward who died at age two of whooping cough.
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3. Marion Cleveland (1895-1977); Richard Folsom Cleveland (1897-1974); Francis Grover Cleveland (1903-1995)
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They were : Anna Neal Cleveland Hastings William Neal Cleveland Mary Allen Cleveland Hoyt Richard Cecil Cleveland Margaret Louise Falley Cleveland Bacon Lewis Frederick Cleveland Susan Sophia Cleveland Yeomans Rose Elizabeth Cleveland
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He did not have any children.
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Was it fishing and hunting
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Reverend Richard and Anne Neal Cleveland
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he weighed 307 pounds
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his nickname was "Uncle Jumbo, and Veto man."
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Grover Cleveland (March 18, 1837 - June 24, 1908) was both the 22nd and 24th President of the United States. Cleveland is the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms (1885-1889 and 1893-1897) and therefore is the only individual to be counted twice in the numbering of the presidents. Clev…
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Franklin Roosevelt was the only U.S. President to serve more than two full terms (he died about three months into his fourth term). Twelve Presidents served two full terms, totaling eight years, if you count George Washington, whose first inauguration was over a month late due to the weather. Of the…
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Grover Cleveland. He was the 22nd and the 24th president(: hope it helped
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He died of debility, coronary sclerosis, stroke, or intestinal obstruction (doctors differed as to the cause) . He was 71 when he died at his home in Princeton, NJ on June 28,1908.
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none of your besennies
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Grover Cleveland died on June 24, 1908 at the age of 71.
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As a mayor, Cleveland exposed big city corruption. Bills controlling the railroad and distributing land to Native Americans became law during his presidential term. He is best remembered for protecting the autonomy and power of the executive branch.
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not any of his own his wife had some tho
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They were Ruth, Esther, Marion, Richard, and Francis.Those are his kids, i dont know his siblings
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It is quite reasonable to argue that Grover Cleveland's biggest challenge as President of the United States came at the start of his second term of office in 1893. With the eruption of the economic 'Panic of 1893,' Cleveland and his administration faced devastating economic problems throughout the n…
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Grover Cleveland was married to Frances Folsom. She was the youngest First Lady in the White House at age 21. After her husband died she married Thomas Preston, Jr., an archaeologist. She helped form the Needlework Guild in the 1930's to help with clothing for the poor.
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grover cleveland nickname was big steve and uncle jumbo
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Grover was born at his parents' home on March 18, 1837, in Caldwell, New Jersey. The house, a parsonage, is now open for visitors.
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Grover Cleveland was born in Caldwell, New Jersey in 1837. :)
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Grover Cleveland was married to Frances Folsom Cleveland Preston. The couple were married from 1886 until 1908. He was the 22nd president.
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No he was the 22nd and 24th president of the United States.
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Grover Cleveland was the 24th President of the United States. His father was Richard Falley Cleveland and his mother was Ann Neal Cleveland. Grover had eight brothers and sisters.
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US President Grover Cleveland (1837-1908) served as both the 22nd and the 24th US President. He was elected in 1884 and 1892. He won the popular vote in 1888 but lost in the Electoral College to Benjamin Harrison. He is the only US president to serve non-consecutive terms. Cleveland's two terms wer…
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He acted on his conscience, was an honest man, stopped the abandonment of the gold standard, didn't take land from Hawaii, and was the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms.
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He did not go to college.
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The Presidents before him never made a law to keep the states together.Abraham Lincoln said he would do whatever it takes to keep the states together because they had a right to leave, a few almost did. He won the Civil war that involved the slaves. Not everyone loved him some hated him but from my …
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Lots of things, 1885 - · Ran against James G. Blaine 1886 - · Haymarket Riot · Pendleton Succession Act · Dedication of Statue of Liberty 1887 - · The Interstate Commerce Act · Dawes Severalty Act 1892 - · Ran against President Harrison 1893 - · Panic of 1893 · Sherma…
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Grover Cleveland was a member of the Democratic party. In fact, he was the first Democrat elected from the new Democratic Party formed after the Civil War.
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Grover Cleveland is known for being the 22nd and 24th President of the United States. He was a member of the Democratic party.
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Big Steve or Uncle Jumbo
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5 foot 11 250 pounds massive build ham like fits
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Died: 24 June 1908 (heart failure), Princeton New Jersey. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below.
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barred some federal employees from working in political campaigns The Hatch Act of 1939 is a United States federal law whose main provision is to prohibit federal employees (civil servants) from engaging in partisan political activity. Named after Senator Carl Hatch of New Mexico, the law was offic…
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First term, the Vice President was Thomas A. Hendricks ( 4 March 1885 - 25 November 1885 (died in office) ) For his second term, as the 24th President the Vice President was Adlai E. Stevenson I (4 March 1893 - 3 March 1897)
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Cleveland won presidency with the combined support of Democrats and reform Repulicans, the "Mugwumps", who disliked the record of his opponent James G. Blaine of Maine.
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