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Buchanan

1. George. 1506--82, Scottish historian, who was tutor to Mary, Queen of Scots and James VI; author of History of Scotland (1582)
2. James. 1791--1868, 15th president of the US (1857--61)
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Mum-of-two Hannah and Buchanan had been at a barbecue drinking when Ward drove past, near his home in Ramsgate, Kent, on Father's Day, last June.
Buchanan and Liberal Political Economy, Wagner explores some of Buchanan's most important ideas and how they are relevant to 21st century political economy.
It was Pat Buchanan who created many of the words so strongly associated with Nixon's presidential years, such as the New Federalism, the Southern Strategy, the Silent Majority, and Strict Constructionist.
McArthur and Burris are younger than Buchanan by four decades, and this not-insignificant difference in generational positions is at times apparent.
The rest of the chapters find Buchanan a confusing combination of strengths and weaknesses.
Buchanan will be Quabbin's fifth football coach, and Buchanan said Rossi did a good job getting the program on track.
When he arrived at Chicago, Buchanan was a self-described "libertarian socialist.
Cardiff were awarded a free-kick 35 yards out, towards the centre of the pitch, Wayne Hughes tapped the ball in front of Buchanan, who belted a right foot effort into goal and Ninian Park erupted.
Buchanan a notice of deficiency for the 2007 tax year, which determined a deficiency in tax based on Mr.
According to Hussey, Buchanan would challenge Warne with things that were a little bit left-field, almost getting into an argument with him, which so fired up the spin great that he went out to the field and performed in his own way, just to prove his coach wrong.
The cops shouldn't have done it," says Buchanan, remembering the savage way they beat the demonstrators.
YOU'VE GOTTA LOVE Pat Buchanan, the columnist-turned-candidate who told one reporter on the campaign trail in 1992 that many people take an instant dislike to him because "it saves time," and gleefully posed in a black cowboy hat, proclaiming, "I'm the bad guy.