- Richard M(il·hous) [mil-hous] /ˈmɪl haʊs/, 1913–94, 37th president of the U.S., 1969–74 (resigned).
- his wifeThelma Catherine RyanPat, 1912–93, U.S. First Lady 1969–74.
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Contemporary Examples of nixon
It was original in how it treated Nixon and his connection to the right before 1968.Thank Congress, Not LBJ for Great Society
Julian Zelizer, Scott Porch
January 4, 2015
Nixon said defending the two islands was “a matter of principle.”The World’s Toughest Political Quiz
December 31, 2014
Like so much in American politics, the debate about cops goes back to Nixon, says Pitney.The GOP and Police Unions: A Love Story
December 12, 2014
The thought was that Nixon would have to look to the Northeast, and he really tried to get Rockefeller on his ticket.This Republican Loved Taxes & Modern Art
November 19, 2014
He became as polarizing a figure as the war itself, court jester to Nixon and corporate shill to boot.When Your Comic Hero Is an Alleged Rapist
November 18, 2014
Historical Examples of nixon
Tell me then, Mr. Nixon, who are the two gentlemen I saw at breakfast outside?
I was not aware that you and Mr. Nixon had been discussing my habits.
You were just taking that post and rail out of Nixon's lawn as I came by.Barrington
Charles James Lever
But Nixon knew what he was about, and was simply steadying his team for the turn.The Ontario High School Reader
I think Miss Nixon guessed what my father's best English could not convey.The Promised Land
- Richard M (ilhous). 1913–94, US Republican politician; 37th president from 1969 until he resigned over the Watergate scandal in 1974
surname, variant of Nickson, literally "son of (a man named) Nick, English familiar form of Nicholas.