David Hayes, 1818–92, U.S. surgeon.
Spi·ro T(heodore) [speer-oh], /ˈspɪər oʊ/, 1918–96, U.S. politician: vice president 1969–73; resigned 1973.
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How to use Agnew in a sentence
Both Agnew and Patterson have already been scaring opposing kick-coverage units for years.
In some ways, what Agnew has accomplished recently is even more jarring because it has come even more out of nowhere.
Since arriving in the NFL in 2017, Agnew has six return touchdowns — four on punts and two on kickoffs.
However, Agnew’s transformation into reliable wide receiver is all the more admirable given that he played cornerback in college and into his NFL career and only began to focus full-time on offense last season.
The authors write that Beall, facing pressure to let Agnew go, “took the heat, all of it.”Vice President Agnew’s misdeeds, and the challenges of holding him accountable | Matthew Dallek | December 18, 2020 | Washington Post
The first, Spiro Agnew, won in 1966 as the liberal running against a segregationist Democrat.
Those tickets are now being refunded after Fraser Agnew, the mayor of Newtownabbey sided with his fellow Unionists.
Bill casually proposes to Hillary as the resignation of Vice President Spiro Agnew plays in the background.Some of the Juiciest Bits of ‘Rodham,’ the Hillary Clinton Movie Biopic: Sex, Scandal, More | Marlow Stern | May 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Aaron Burr and Richard Cheney (Spiro Agnew's peccadilloes are miniscule in comparison), some two centuries apart.
Is Sarah Palin morphing from Spiro Agnew to the new Nixon before our eyes?
Mr. Agnew saw the picture, recognised its merit, and wrote a cheque for the full amount asked.
But that prize must be deducted from the profits of the performance, objected the practical Nellie Agnew.The Girls of Central High on the Stage | Gertrude W. Morrison
The sixth brigade, commanded by Brigadier Agnew, was moved the 22d to sustain the post of Mamaroneck.Conduct of Sir William Howe | Israel Mauduit
In a heat he walked out of the operators' office to find Agnew; the two men met near the water tank.The Daughter of a Magnate | Frank H. Spearman
Agnew looked at him as a sympathizing man looks at a lunatic, and calmly shook his head.The Daughter of a Magnate | Frank H. Spearman
British Dictionary definitions for Agnew
Spiro (ˈspɪərəʊ) Theodore . 1918–96, US Republican politician; vice president (1969–73)
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