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The first, Spiro Agnew, won in 1966 as the liberal running against a segregationist Democrat.
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|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?
The real commander was a Greek captain, named Spiro Calligero.Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men|Francois Arago
Hundreds of Corfutes bear his name, now abridged into the familiar diminutive of "Spiro."
The spiro-bacteria, or micrococci, are the simplest of the fungi, and appear as minute organisms of spherical form.
The spiro-bacteria multiply by spores, although little is at present known of their life history.
The stout man looked at Denny and me; then he looked at Demetri and Spiro, who stood near us, smiling their usual grim smile.