Origin of vice president
Examples from the Web for vice-president
Contemporary Examples of vice-president
Both President George H.W. Bush and Vice-President Dan Quayle spoke out against it publicly.A Brief History of the Phrase 'F*ck the Police'
August 23, 2014
In 1958, then Vice-President Richard Nixon arrived in Caracas on a “good will” visit.Castro Visit Causes Catastrophic Muttering in Caracas
March 6, 2014
I also spoke with Sandra Korn, vice-president of education for the Progressive Jewish Alliance (PJA) at Harvard.Swarthmore Hillel Breaks From Guidelines Over Ban on ‘Anti-Zionist’ Speakers
December 10, 2013
Eastwood, the surprise guest, also took on Vice-President Biden, calling him “a grin with a body behind it.”WATCH VIDEO: Must-See Moments from the Republican National Convention
The Daily Beast Video
August 31, 2012
Well, start with the most obvious move, picking Rubio as vice-president.Michael Tomasky on Mitt Romney’s Doomed Immigration Gambit
April 26, 2012
Historical Examples of vice-president
If I were vice-president I should have so much care, so much responsibility.
Why, she never would have been vice-president if it had not been for me!
A woman is president of one bank and vice-president of another.
At five, Vice-president Tomlinson was to address the crowds.
"The Vice-president has hit the mark," he said, with a dramatic gesture of his arm.
There seems to be no doubt of my election as V[ice] Pres[iden]t. It will have at least one advantage, that of permitting me to devote more of my time to my private affairs. [John C. Calhoun, letter to wife, Nov. 12, 1824]
Related: vice presidential; vice presidency.