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How much did President George Bush influence his son and namesake George W. Bush?
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But now there are photos of Dennehy and Ayer (along with their namesake daughter) on the walls, depicting their travels.
During my visit, Tuffy’s had three ciders available: the dry apple namesake cider; a sour lemongrass ginger cider called Afternoon Delight, and a farmhouse cider with hibiscus, cherry and apple called Jamaica Dupe Noir.
And much like Foege, the Carters and their namesake institution have the total eradication of another disease squarely in their sights.
Foege, the awards' namesake and a former director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, worked on the successful campaign to eradicate smallpox in the 1970s.
The state, and its namesake city, seem to produce more than their share of men who abuse their political power, whether for financial gain, career advancement, or the mistreatment of women.
The story of the center's namesake will also be included.
SUBSCRIBE TODAY Read More Charlotte’s newest apartments come with doggy daycare, pet spa named Groomingdale’s The building was constructed in 1964, six years before the area's namesake mall, when most of the area was still fields.
As the leader of his father's namesake association and the Samaritan's Purse charity, Graham has been more in the spotlight since his father's death in February at age 99.
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NAMESAKE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of namesake for English Language Learners
: someone or something that has the same name as another person or thing
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