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Ham·il·ton

(hăm′əl-tən), Alice 1869-1970.
American toxicologist and physician known for her research on occupational poisons and her book Industrial Poisons in the United States (1925).
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To object to this proposed injustice, and to register your knowledge that Hamilton should remain on the $10 bill, visit the websites of the Treasury and The Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society (which provides links to several petitions), and speak your mind.
As both the 2014 Alexander Hamilton Awards and our 2013 winners demonstrate, these awards recognize all types of organizations, from midsize domestic businesses to some of the world's largest companies.
Alexander Hamilton is a very well-crafted book on "the other Alexander Hamilton" and a highly useful work that paints a portrait for historians about life in mid-eighteenth-century British North America.
77, Alexander Hamilton wrote, "[t]he consent of that body [the Senate] would be necessary to displace as well as to appoint.
It is hard to imagine that even Alexander Hamilton, who was something of a supporter of big government relative to most of the other Founding Fathers, would support such a revolutionary change.
Frisch (Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Northern Illinois University), The Pacificus-Helvidius Debates of 1793-1794 collects the landmark debates between founding American figures Alexander Hamilton (a.
Armed gangs refused to recognize the right of Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treasury under President George Washington, to register stills and collect taxes on the whiskey they produced.
It was into this vortex that Alexander Hamilton chose to throw his talents as a theorist, strategist, and writer.
The Federalist Party, led by Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton, fought for a strong central government controlled by the educated classes.
Alexander Hamilton By Ron Chernow The Penguin Press; $35.
In his publishing career he has roamed the world, spending almost a quarter of a century with the New York City-based Alexander Hamilton Institute.
50) The wealth and political stature of the extended Dorsey family endowed young Edward with social rank, but his limited education in America kept him from identifying with the more genteel European traditions represented by Alexander Hamilton.