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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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He subdued Rafael Nadal last year by adding more aggression to his backhand - exactly the same upgrade that allowed Tilden to overcome his own closest rival, 'Little' Bill Johnston, in the 1920s.
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Naturally the Democrats were furious -- Tilden overwhelmingly won the popular vote -- but finally a deal was struck in which the Democrats, who mostly represented the Southern states, would acquiesce to Hayes' election if Republicans promised to remove the hated Federal troops and all other vestiges of Reconstruction from Southern soil.
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Ingen chairman Gary Tilden said at that time that his company expected to commence closing procedures in September.