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Political Office Holders

This category is devoted to the world's political office holders. These include presidents, prime ministers and opposition leaders, both past and present.

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Who was the Governor of Ohio in 1982?

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Jim Rhodes (born September 13, 1909 in Coalton, Ohio; died March 4, 2001 in Columbus, Ohio) succeeded John J. Gilligan as the sixty-third Governor of Ohio, serving between January 13, 1975 and January 10, 1983, including the whole of 1982.

Which committee links the presidents key foreign and military policy advisors?

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The National Security Council (NSC) is the committee that links the president's key foreign and military policy advisors. It is composed of the president, vice president, secretary of state, secretary of defense, and other senior officials, and it advises the president on matters of national security and foreign policy. The NSC's purpose is to provide the president with the necessary advice and coordination to effectively manage national security affairs.

What are the names of Susan rice's children?

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Susan Rice has two children named Jake and Maris Rice-Cameron.

What is congress yearly pay?

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As of 2021, members of the U.S. Congress receive an annual salary of $174,000.

When was The Writing on the Wall - Yes Minister - created?

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The Writing on the Wall is an episode of the television show Yes Minister. The show originally aired from 1980 to 1984, so The Writing on the Wall was created during that time period.

When was the Royal Enfield Bullet first produced?

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The Royal Enfield Bullet was first produced in 1932.

Who was the Governor of Ohio in 1985?

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Dick Celeste (born November 11, 1937 in Cleveland, Ohio) succeeded Jim Rhodes as the sixty-fourth Governor of Ohio, serving between January 10, 1983 and January 14, 1991, including the whole of 1985.

Sinoang kasalukuyang kalihim ng DOH?

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Sa kasalukuyan, ang kalihim ng Department of Health (DOH) ay si Francisco T. Duque III. Siya ang nagsisilbing pinuno ng DOH mula noong 2017.

What did jeannette rankin do?

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Jeannette Rankin was the first woman elected to the U.S. Congress. She was elected to the House of Representatives in 1916 from Montana. Rankin was known for her pacifist beliefs and she voted against U.S. entry into both World War I and World War II.

Who is the member of the US House of Representatives from the seventh Congressional district?

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The member of the US House of Representatives from the seventh Congressional district can vary depending on the specific time period you are referring to. Currently, as of 2021, the representative is Nydia Velázquez, a Democrat from New York. It's best to check the most recent election results or official sources for the most up-to-date information.

When was Baldock services created?

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Baldock services was created in 1986.

Who was the Governor of Texas in 1952?

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Allan Shivers (born Robert Allan Shivers on October 5, 1907 in Lufkin, Texas; died January 14, 1985 in Austin, Texas) succeeded Beauford H. Jester as the thirty-seventh Governor of Texas, serving between July 11, 1949 and January 15, 1957, including the whole of 1952.

Who was the Governor of Ohio in 1956?

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Frank J. Lausche (born November 14, 1895 in Cleveland, Ohio; died April 21, 1990 in Cleveland, Ohio) succeeded Thomas J. Herbert as the fifty-seventh Governor of Ohio, serving between January 10, 1949 and January 3, 1957, including the whole of 1956.

Who was the Governor of Texas in 1959?

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Price Daniel (born October 10, 1910 in Dayton, Texas; died August 25, 1988 in Liberty County, Texas) succeeded Allan Shivers as the thirty-eighth Governor of Texas, serving between January 15, 1957 and January 15, 1963, including the whole of 1959.

Who was the Governor of Kentucky in 1964?

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Edward T. Breathitt (born November 26, 1924 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky; died October 14, 2003 in Lexington, Kentucky) succeeded Bert T. Combs as the fifty-first Governor of Kentucky, serving between December 10, 1963 and December 12, 1967, including the whole of 1964.

Who was the president and vice president of France in June 1956?

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In June 1956, the President of France was René Coty and the Vice President was vacant, as France does not have a formal position of Vice President.

Who was the Governor of California in 1885?

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The Governor of California in 1885 was George Stoneman. He served as the eighth governor of California from January 10, 1883, to January 8, 1887. Prior to serving as governor, Stoneman had a military career and had also served as the commander of the Union Army's Cavalry Corps during the American Civil War.

What is a ribble?

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A ribble can refer to a few different things. In some contexts, it is a term used to describe a fast-flowing river or stream. In other contexts, it can be a dialect word for a small hill or mound. Additionally, Ribble is also the name of a river in England.

What are the names of the 2 senators and when will there term end in Georgia?

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As of May 2021, the two senators representing Georgia are Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. Raphael Warnock's term will end in January 2023, and Jon Ossoff's term will end in January 2027.

Who was ashcroft's predecessor?

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John Ashcroft's predecessor as the Attorney General of the United States was Janet Reno. She served as Attorney General from 1993 to 2001 under President Bill Clinton.

Who was the Governor of Ohio in 1823?

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Jeremiah Morrow (born October 6, 1771 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; died March 22, 1852 in Lebanon, Ohio) succeeded Allen Trimble as the ninth Governor of Ohio, serving between December 28, 1822 and December 19, 1826, including the whole of 1823.

Who were the presidents after Truman?

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After Harry S. Truman, the presidents who served were Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump.

In 1989 Douglas wilder became the first black governor of which state?

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Douglas Wilder became the first black governor of Virginia in 1989.