John Quincy Adams

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6th President of the United States

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SAVED Sutherland as thriller's accidental President
Frohnmayer remembered Safeway checkers' names, bought a University of Oregon student celebrating the end of the term a pitcher of beer and served as the UO's "accidental president" for 15 years.
I failed to meet him personally then as he happened to be abroad at the time, but had the privilege of discovering his memoir, "The Accidental President of Brazil: A Memoir" (2006), which is a book that really needs to be translated into Turkish.
In this production, which already has Broadway buzz, the "Breaking Bad" star gives a dazzling, far-ranging and moving perf as the accidental president who took office following the assassination of John F.
Zardari is an accidental president or imposed but he is there.
Yet the stocky, bespectacled 60-year old, appears something of an accidental president - he was only flung into the race at the last moment following the disqualification, on a technicality, of Khairat Al Shater who was, by far, the group's preferred choice.
Yet the stocky, bespectacled 60-year old, appears something of an accidental president: he was only flung into the race at the last moment by the disqualification on a technicality of Khairat al-Shater, by far the group's preferred choice.
But, while Yushchenko serves as a warning to Russians not to elect an accidental president with excessive powers, an underlying cause of the Orange government's breakdown was that most of its ministers (Yushchenko appointees) were defectors from the old regime.
According to a senior Washington Post writer David Ignatius, Zardari give an impression of an accidental President.
As an accident of history he is an accidental president. But he is president and we have to make the best of it.
Ford was an accidental president, his tenure brief, his legacy limited.
Ford was an accidental president. A Michigan Republican elected to Congress 13 times before becoming the first appointed vice president in 1973 after Spiro Agnew left amid scandal, Ford was Nixon's hand-picked successor.
Ford was an accidental president, Nixon's hand-picked successor, a man of much political experience who had never run on a national ticket.
Mr Ford was an accidental president, Mr Nixon's hand-picked successor, a man of much political experience who had never run on a national ticket.
From the book The Accidental President of Brazil, by Fernando Henrique Cardoso.