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PRAISE Fo R F Rom T H E Co R N E R of T H E OVAL “Addictively readable ... Dorey-Stein absorbs it all with a fine eye for detailand conveys it with freshness, candor, and humor.... She may be a stenographer, but this is not typing; this is ...
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Without The Oval, Wisden would have been a considerably poorer read; and without Wisden, perhaps The Oval would not have developed its reputation so early on. What is clear as you read through one edition after another is that The Oval ...
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The child gazed up at the oval portrait of her mother. “Tell me the Oval Portrait story, Daddy.” They sat where they both could see the painting, and Plutarch recited from memory, with a certain growing melancholy and sadness in his voice : “The ...
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That is not what happened in the Oval Office from what we can tell from reliable sources. To recap, without a President or Vice President, the next in line to the Oval office is the Speaker ofthe House. Ed Ross was rushed to the White House to ...
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A. THEOCRATIC. WHITE. HOUSE. From his first day in the Oval Office, President Bush read the Bible regularly, either from the OneYear Bible given to him by Don Evans, or different chapters he chose to study. Along with regular reading of ...
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Within a flash, they were back in the oval office at night. President Franklin Roosevelt was sitting on a couch talking to his lifelong friend Harry Hopkins. Tom could see from his notes on his sensor that Harry Hopkins was about to lose his son, ...