- William,1843–1901, 25th president of the U.S. 1897–1901.
- Mount McKinley, former name of Denali.
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Video from PTA meetings at McKinley feels like reality television and makes for truly dramatic viewing.
McKinley was scoring well below state averages for reading and math proficiency.
President McKinley was much worse; it was likely that he would not live.
There was no new hope,—President McKinley was sinking faster than ever.
Mrs. McKinley's brother, Mr. Barber, was the manager for them.Watch Yourself Go By
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President McKinley was renominated without a murmur of dissent.Theodore Roosevelt and His Times
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- Mount McKinley or Denali a mountain in S central Alaska, in the Alaska Range: the highest peak in North America. Height: 6194 m (20 320 ft)
- William. 1843–1901, 25th president of the US (1897–1901). His administration was marked by high tariffs and by expansionist policies. He was assassinated
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