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Hoo·ver

(hū'vĕr),
Charles F., U.S. physician, 1865-1927. See: Hoover sign.
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Hoover said in his lawsuit that he fell and injured his back in 2009.
The critics of laissez faire are right about one thing: Herbert Hoover deserves a good deal of blame for turning what most likely would have been a steep-but short--recession into a much deeper and eventually much longer Great Depression.
Having demonstrated his natural forensic instincts and a determination to root out the enemy, Hoover soon found himself placed in charge of the Bureau of Investigation, the forerunner to the FBI.
The Hoover Major is one of several Dave has collected during a lifetime in the vacuum service and repair business.
The vineyards were 10 years old when the Hoovers purchased the estate, all Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
Only four years later, however, Hoover lost to another New York governor, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, by an even greater margin, setting yet another record in presidential elections.
President Harry Truman (http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,879566-3,00.html) didn't much like Hoover , and thought his FBI was a potential "(http://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Truman/David-McCullough/9780671869205) citizen spy system ."
Our CRM integration product, Access Hoover's, gives customers access to our global database of more than 65 million public and private companies and 85 million key people--all within the CRM environment.
Particularly interesting is Hoover's treatment of the dramatic technological advance that took place on many farms during the 1930s: the replacement of the horse by the tractor.
Intended to partly fill the absence of Hoover biography over the past two decades, the editor and contributors have achieved a balanced and nuanced account in a relatively small number of pages.
Hoover's has been in the business of covering businesses for more than 12 years.
The research company Hoover's Inc's UK-based subsidiary Hoover's Online Europe Ltd has launched localised French, German, Italian and Spanish web sites.