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Coolidge

(John) Calvin. 1872--1933, 30th president of the US (1923--29)
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Coolidge further restricted the limited form that Harding tolerated.
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The Coolidge revival was short-lived, and by the end of the 1980s he had returned to presidential obscurity.
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Coolidge calmly spoke up from the darkness: 'About that watch, I wish you wouldn't take that.' The startled man, gaining his voice, asked, 'Why?' 'I'm very fond of that watch.
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Baker rallied from a 21-11 first-game loss to defeat Tag Coolidge of Fort Worth, Texas, in three games 21-10, 11-5.
Upon taking up residence in the White House, Reagan had a portrait of Thomas Jefferson in the Cabinet Room replaced with a portrait of Calvin Coolidge (Reagan 1990, 244).
Rob Hudelson, a member of the Coolidge, Ariz., City Council, has strong opinions about the role of Christianity in government.