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Hoover

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1. Herbert (Clark). 1874--1964, US statesman; 31st president of the US (1929--33). He organized relief for Europe during and after World War I, but as president he lost favour after his failure to alleviate the effects of the Depression
2. J(ohn) Edgar. 1895--1972, US lawyer: director of the FBI (1924--72). He used new scientific methods to combat crime, including the first fingerprint file

Hoover

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™ a type of vacuum cleaner
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There just has to be some assessment,'' Hoover said.
The Hoover Institution has been a resource on public policy matters for the governor since he first became a candidate.
Like all other district high schools, Hoover High educators have pushed to get more students to sign up for the SAT, a standardized test used by most colleges and universities to determine admission.
It's a privilege to serve on the NDIA's Board of Trustees," said Hoover.
Hoover Dam is a worthy diversion if only because it was solely responsible for putting the glitter in the gulch.
Prior to starting her own company, Jewell Hoover worked for 28 years at the OCC.
There was really no secret to what we wanted to do,'' said Hoover defensive coordinator Jin Hur.
We are proud that the Society of Labor Economists has honored these four Hoover fellows for their exemplary achievements," said Hoover director John Raisian.
But Hoover fans have other reasons to remember that 1954 Glendale-Hoover game - it was the last time the Tornadoes won a league football title.
During World War II, Hoover led another organization, the Commission for Polish Relief, which again alleviated the sufferings of hundreds of thousands of Polish people.
Under Switzer, Hoover has had three runners earn All-American honors in the national championships with Eleazar Hernandez, 11th in 1989; Margarito Casillas, fifth in 1991 and David Lopez, 13th in 1996.
Hoover Institution director John Raisian said, "The Hoover Institution has long been dedicated to the gathering of unique archival information related to the 20th century with respect to economic, political, and social history in the world.