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United States sculptor (1860-1936)

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27th President of the United States and later chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1857-1930)

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The newly combined firm will be comprised of more than 600 lawyers spanning 12 offices across the US Taft's unique decentralised leadership structure does not have a designated headquarters.
The vehicle then sped toward the northbound direction of Taft Avenue.
The picture of William Howard Taft that emerges in a new biography is that of a president who revered the Constitution and firmly believed that it created a republic, not a democracy.
"We are going to learn from it and keep battling," Fenton coach Chaz Taft said.
Burgos, straight to Lagusnilad (Taft Avenue) to point of destination.
Taft's distinctive contribution was to work with Congress to create the "machinery of government," as he put it, that allowed checks on the excesses of monopoly power--from environmental protection to antitrust enforcement--without interfering with the free market.
Taft, who has more than 35 years of industry experience, has most recently served in a consulting capacity for Deloitte & Touche.
Taft is set to be "a wonderful addition to Baird's senior leadership team and we could not be [prouder] that he has chosen to continue his exemplary career at Baird," explained President & CEO Steve Booth, in a statement.
When police arrived to arrest Taft they found him wearing a wet suit, kinky boots and a green coat.
His most recent contributions have focused on the Taft years, first with a study of the 1912 election (Four Hats in the Ring: The 1912 Election and The Birth of Modern American Politics [University Press of Kansas, 2008]), followed by works on the Taft presidency (The William Howard Taft Presidency [University Press of Kansas, 2009]), and on First Lady Helen Herron Taft (Helen Taft: Our Musical First Lady [University Press of Kansas, 2010]).
Hessy Taft, nee Levinson, now an 80-year-old professor of chemistry in New York, recently presented Yad Vashem with the cover of a 1935 Nazi magazine on which she appeared.
The Taft Seitan Gyro is always one of the most popular products at every vegetarian event I've attended in New York City; there are always lines forming to try the samples.
The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism, by Doris Kearns Goodwin.
Keith Taft and Adam Ryan were told they had come "as close as could be" to going to prison after they admitted conspiring to steal iPhones and other valuables at Warwick Crown Court last year.