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Congratulations to just-reinaugurated Governor Deval Patrick, Lt. Governor Tim Murray, and the rest of the State House gang as we head into the second Patrick administration.
Holbrooke made himself less useful in Afghanistan by offending President Hamid Karzai, who has just been reinaugurated.
Out With the Envoys 2009
But Hugo Chavez has been reinaugurated and he's going to be the boss until 2013.
Mugabe, 78, is set to be reinaugurated on Sunday, days after winning another six years in power in an election that Commonwealth observers said had been held in a climate of fear.
Mugabe, 78, is set to be reinaugurated on Sunday after winning another six years in power in an election that Commonwealth observers said was held in a climate of fear.
"Pius-Verein" its rallying-centre, reinaugurated the agitation for a
The venerable Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies were reinaugurated during the evening.
-- Scarcely had Grant been reinaugurated when a serious panic swept over the country.
A Brief History of the United States John Bach McMaster 1892
On the first of June, 1815, the Emperor was reinaugurated on the field of Mars, and the eagles were restored to the banners.
While we fully appreciate your wish to remain in Tennessee until her State government shall be completely reinaugurated, it is our unanimous conclusion that it is unsafe for you to not be here on the 4th of
Complete Project Gutenberg Abraham Lincoln Writings Abraham Lincoln 1837