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Tilden

Bill, full name William Tatem Tilden, known as Big Bill. 1893--1953, US tennis player: won the US singles championship (1920--25, 1929) and the British singles championship (1920--21, 1930)
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Within the core of the circuit, Tilden explains, the transistors are oscillating.
Reid realized the Democrats didn't know whether Tilden had captured certain key states.
The returns in four states were still in doubt and without them Tilden was still one vote short in the electoral college.
As a result, Hayes received 185 electoral votes and Tilden 184.
Tilden needed only one of these states to become president, while Hayes needed all three.
In fact, Tilden often gets these transistors from sources such as old calculators and stereos.
DODGE (Yelling off left): Tilden, get your ass in here
Chicago NFL running back Matt Forte visits Tilden Career Community Academy High School in Chicago with teammates Earl Bennett and Kellen Davis, inspiring students to believe in themselves to achieve great things on and off the field as part of Duracell's "Trust Your Power" program.
The property, known as Tilden Hall, is a nine-story elevator building comprised of 117 units, consisting of 86,000 s/f.
Tilden is succeeding Bill Ayer, who served as chief executive officer since 2002.
Were Tilden alive today, however, even he might be struck by the reach of his own impact.
They operate Tilden and 59 other study centers in 19 American cities.