George Washington

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1st President of the United States

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That's the line that says: "Do just the best you can, be proud of yourself, but, remember, there is no indispensable man.
He will be the indispensable man during the next cycle, speaking for the nominee who will have the pleasure of losing to Obama.
Earlier this week, Rai, in a subtle expression of support for the re-appointment of Baroud in the next government, said the caretaker interior minister was a "patriotic and indispensable man.
After 34 years as an Israeli, only this year--the 150th anniversary of Herzl's birth--am I moved to take the measure of the indispensable man, the galvanizing force of political Zionism whose efforts so altered the course of my life.
BILLY JANNIRO is aiming to make himself Coventry's indispensable man - whatever the team-building criteria for 2008.
BOSTON - He's their indispensable man behind the plate, but the Red Sox and their fans have to be concerned about Jason Varitek's continuing spiral offensively.
Especially for those familiar with Washington's basic biography, these thoughtful and fair-minded essays will inspire further reflection on the character and career of the indispensable man of the American founding.
He was the prototypical "father of his country," and he is certainly worthy of the moniker "the indispensable man.
He has successfully convinced the US - and other countries - that he is Pakistan's indispensable man.