All those other war heroes, going back to Zachary Taylor and franklin pierce.
Only Millard Fillmore, Warren Harding, William Henry Harrison, franklin pierce, Andrew Johnson, and James Buchanan rank lower.
franklin pierce was so deeply interested in military affairs that it was a pity he should not have had a West Point cadetship.
Like master, like man, franklin pierce was mentally as small as his secretary.
Such was the task of franklin pierce, the new leader, who had not known personally the fears and dislikes of earlier days.
franklin pierce was a frequent auditor of these controversies.
franklin pierce was chosen, and slavery could have had no better man.
Such, at all events, will be the attitude of franklin pierce.
Longfellow was a classmate of Hawthorne in college, and franklin pierce was his most intimate friend.
Then he told stories of his college life, and of his one sole intimate, franklin pierce, whom he loved devotedly his life long.
late 13c. "make a hole in; force one's way through," from Anglo-French perser, Old French percier "pierce, transfix, drive through" (12c., Modern French percer), probably from Vulgar Latin *pertusiare, frequentative of Latin pertusus, past participle of pertundere "to thrust or bore through," from per- "through" (see per) + tundere "to beat, pound," from PIE *tund-, from root *(s)teu- "to push, strike, knock, beat, thrust" (see obtuse). Related: Pierced; piercing.