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Hoo·ver

(hū'vĕr),
Charles F., U.S. physician, 1865-1927. See: Hoover sign.
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Three oral doses of saliva from a deer sick with chronic wasting disease passed the infection to other deer kept in isolation suites indoors, reports Edward Hoover of Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
In a swiftly moving narrative, Jeansonne traces Hoover's ascent from poverty to power.
In the summer of 1936, Roosevelt met the FBI director in the White House to discuss, according to Hoover's memo, "subversive activities in the United States, particularly Fascism and Communism." Hoover wrote that FDR was interested in getting from the FBI "a broad picture of the general movement and its activities as may effect the economic and political life of the country as a whole." Hoover replied that "no governmental organization" collected that kind of information.
Herbert Hoover in the White House: The Ordeal of the Presidency by Charles Rappleye, a journalist turned historian, focuses on Hoover's handling of the Great Depression that devoured all but eight months of his 1929-33 presidential term.
Many Democrats foresaw a bright political future for Hoover, who was internationally famous as a great humanitarian and mining engineer.
Hoover succeeds Sophie Vandebroek, who will retire at the end of this year.
Hoover said, "I greatly enjoyed the time I spent with Alisa during the interview.
Charles Hoover, president of Hoover Color Corporation said "Over the last 25 years, Cathay Industries has led the restructuring of the iron oxide industry through innovative technology, and this partnership cements the relationship our two companies have developed over the last two decades.
The Hoover Wizard app, which can be downloaded from Google Play to Android devices (4.0 onwards) or from the App Store to Apple devices (iOS 7 or later), allows users to monitor energy consumption, access favourite programmes, receive alert messages and view the status of their appliances and programmes while on the go.
The acquisition of Tech-Oil will firmly establish Hoover as a premier supplier of waste processing and handling equipment, offshore recycling equipment, chemical, cargo and waste management tanks, baskets, containers and related accessories and services.
Walter Paul Hoover of Webb City, Missouri, sued the U.S.
The Life of Herbert Hoover: Imperfect Visionary, 1918-1928.