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Synonyms for Caesar

conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC)

United States comedian who pioneered comedy television shows (born 1922)

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Although it seemed like they called it quits, it looks like "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star Karlie Redd and Ceaser Emanuel of "Black Ink Crew" are still going strong despite little bumps in their relationship.
In Losing to Win, their book on the 1996 elections, Ceaser and Andrew Busch argued that American voters tend to prefer divided government.
Ceaser and Busch spend much of chapter two detailing the results of the invisible primary but then dismiss it as the determining factor in the Republican nomination process.
Jem Racing (Poole): 6 Delicate Chief, Keelys Ceaser, 7 Docs Arizona, Lockup Firedice, 8 Allen Gift, Omalleys Crazy, Tyrones Torpedo, 10 Call Me Home, 12 Dumbarton Gold, Swanmore, 14 Mahogany Solo, 16 Farloe Scobby, 20 Goodway Glory, In The Lining, Kington Flyer, 25 Spot On Harley, Vancouver Blaze, 33 Billy The Kid, Knockmeal Ice, 50 Beltra Becca, 100 First Meadow, Pigs In Space, Wrong Image, Yucatan.
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For those who've already benefited from reading Ceaser, Designing a Polity: America's Constitution in Theory anal Practice is an important complement to his previous writings.
Procedurally, the reforms of the early 1970s made the presidential nomination process more open and democratic (Ranney 1975, 1977; Kirkpatrick 1978; Crotty 1977; Ceaser 1982; Polsby 1983; Price 1984; Epstein 1986, 95-102).
On Thursday, Ceaser posted a video on his (https://www.
TIPPERARY: G Kennedy; C O'Brien, D Fanning, P Curran; P Stapleton; C O'Mahony, B Dunne; J Ceaser, J Woodlock; D Hickey, S Callinan, P Kerwick; E Kelly, L Corbett, P Bourke.
IN THIS BOOK, AN EXPANDED VERSION OF the first Alexis de Tocqueville Lectures at Harvard University, James Ceaser argues that certain "foundational concepts" have acted as premises for policy in America and continue to form the basis of our political debate.
17) As Ceaser has put it, "By admitting partisanship in the form of a coalitional party into the selection process, it could be said that the presidency was being pulled down from its pedestal of independence above the contending factions.
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Yet, he makes only spare use of the very fair-minded and often somewhat sympathetic chapters in the Campbell and Rockman collection The Bush Presidency, and no use of the very evenhanded account of the Bush years in the Ceaser and Busch volume Upside Down and Inside Out.
They have been guiding everybody to 25 cents (a share in earnings),'' said Ellen Ceaser, an analyst at Crowell, Weedon & Co.
Contrary to the standard historical accounts, political scientists like Paul Eidelberg, James Ceaser, Jeffrey Tulis, Robert Eden, Charles Kesler, and Scot Zentner have characterized Wilson as a dangerous departure from the sound thinking of the American Founders.