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Robert J(oseph) born 1923, U.S. politician: senator 1969–96.
Sanford Ballard, 1844–1926, U.S. politician and jurist in Hawaii: president of Republic of Hawaii 1894–98; first territorial governor 1900–03.
Contemporary Examples

Ghost of Mitt Romney, Hanging Around Since November, to Appear at CPAC David Freedlander February 20, 2013
Romney’s Big Win David Frum January 10, 2012
Good News for Republicans Peter Beinart January 3, 2013
George McGovern, Democratic Icon and Former Presidential Candidate, Dies at Age 90 Eleanor Clift October 20, 2012
The GOP’s Election Rift David Frum November 6, 2013
Why Asian-Americans Have Turned Their Backs on the Republican Party Lloyd Green February 25, 2013
Forbes: ‘Perry Will Be the Nominee’ Lloyd Grove October 26, 2011
Country Star Mindy McCready Dead: Moments From Her Life (Video) The Daily Beast Video February 17, 2013
Michael Tomasky on Mitt Romney, the Unlikable Presidential Candidate Michael Tomasky May 12, 2012
Peter Beinart on Mitt Romney’s Bubba Strategy Peter Beinart August 27, 2012

a small portion or share, as of money or food, given to a poor person
the act of giving or distributing such portions
(Brit, informal) the dole, money received from the state while out of work
(Brit, informal) on the dole, receiving such money
(archaic) fate
(transitive) usually foll by out. to distribute, esp in small portions
(archaic) grief or mourning


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