Executive mansion


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Executive mansion

A large stately house; a manor house.
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Rauner said the "decades overdue" renovation with private funds will improve the Springfield visitor experience while giving the Executive Mansion equal footing with other high-profile state government buildings.
An emailed Executive Mansion release issued Thursday said WHO official made the commitment when she paid a courtesy call on President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Thursday in Monrovia.
19 White House breach in which a man carrying a knife jumped the fence and ran into the executive mansion.
But the judge called the case ''puzzling and bizarre,'' saying there appeared to be two Maureen McDonnells -- the loving mother and devoted wife and the first lady ''who belittled and terrorized employees'' at the Executive Mansion.
If Abbott should someday cast an eye on higher office, as Texas governors are wont to do, another prominent executive mansion also has been updated for wheelchair mobility.
The incident came about one month after an intruder with a knife scaled the White House fence and entered the executive mansion, raising questions about security at the heavily guarded complex, and spurring the resignation of Julia Pierson as Secret Service director.
1901: President Theodore Roosevelt renamed |the Executive Mansion 'The White House'.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Part of the White House has been evacuated after someone jumped the fence at the executive mansion.
Illustrated with vintage black-and-white historical photographs throughout, The White House for Kids: A History of a Home, Office, and National Symbol is a softcover compendium created to teach young people ages nine and up about what it has been like through the centuries to live and work in the Executive Mansion.
8220;The Sustainer luncheon at the Executive Mansion is a cherished spring tradition for the JLR, and it was fun to see many friends and familiar faces who came out to celebrate our two Sustainer award winners - Julia Daniels as Sustainer of the Year and Andrea Fox for the Sustainer Legacy Award,” said Whitney von Haam, Junior League of Raleigh president.
Incidentally, in early 1990, the Americans had promised Charles Taylor that if the NPFL took control of Roberts International, Washington would ask Liberia's then military head of state, Master-Sgt Samuel Doc, to leave the Executive Mansion and surrender power.
The event commemorated the bicentennial of the Executive Mansion and also paid tribute to Acte 12, passed by the House of Commons in 1619, which required settlers in Virginia to plant and tend at least 10 grapevines.

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