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In that vein, Burns and Ward stress how TR, ER, and FDR “overcame … the traumas of their childhoods” and young adult lives.
But after winning a landslide election in his own right, TR unwisely said he would not run for a third term.
TR and FDR were both reformers in that sense - and they were both progressives.
When TR again pursued the presidency in 1912 as leader of the Progressive Party, FDR identified with his cause.
TR reinvigorated the office after a succession of grey presidents with his unself-conscious energy, idealism and determination.
On the other hand he learned the language of the people, and actually wrote poems in it; Tr.The Student's Companion to Latin Authors|George Middleton
Tr yać ćhat mahishṇm agho ms tr sarṇsi maghav somypḥ kraṁ na vive ahvanta dev bharam indrya yad ahim ǵaghna; Ṛigv.Zoological Mythology, Volume I (of 2)|Angelo de Gubernatis
A parallel formation to nounpower, impotence, which occurs in Chaucer's tr.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
A similar claim at Tr IV x 7-8 'usque a proauis uetus ordinis heres, / non modo fortunae munere factus eques'.
At last bold Tr stepped forward, the bravest of all the sir.In The Days of Giants|Abbie Farwell Brown