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Jackson

A slang term for a $20 bill in the United States. The term is derived from Andrew Jackson, who appears on the $20 bill.
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Despite being rich and powerful himself, Andrew Jackson railed against the rich and powerful, just as Trump criticizes Wall Street bankers despite being a member of the (http://www.
Eventually, the war of attrition culminated in the victory of Andrew Jackson and his troops at Horseshoe Bend, which claimed more Native American lives than any other battle with the United States.
Despite living the rough and tumble life of a military man during his younger years, Andrew Jackson (nicknamed "Old Hickory" for his tough reputation during the War of 1812's Battle of New Orleans) was known as a person of scrupulous morals and honor where women were concerned.
Frontiersman Andrew Jackson led a motley crew of volunteer militiamen, free Blacks, pirates, and Native Americans.
In the 1850s the federal government hired landscape gardener Andrew Jackson Downing to design and plant the city's park system, resulting in intimate little parks with clusters of trees, including some on the White House grounds, Lafayette Park, and the Ellipse.
HUDDERSFIELD Falcon rider Andrew Jackson produced a strong performance to record success at the Yeadon-Guiseley Motor Club's West Yorkshire Championship Kath Cockshott Memorial Trial at Silsden.
George Thomas Snr, his son George Thomas Jnr, his grandson Stephen Thomas, Andrew Jackson and Lee Woodier are accused of planning and carrying out the assault as a "joint enterprise" following the loss of George Snr's life savings.
Andrew Jackson, who headed the city's bid, said: "The National Trust is renowned for the number, diversity and quality of its gardens.
Soon we were traipsing around New Orleans' famed Jackson Square - where a statue of Andrew Jackson, hero of the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812, rears on his horse in the face of St.
The characters are colorful: James and Dolly Madison; Aaron Burr; Andrew Jackson and his wife; Napoleon Bonaparte; and Meriwether Lewis.
They chose John Quincy Adams over Andrew Jackson, even though Jackson won a majority of the popular vote.
AMERICAN FORESTS and the Daughters of the American Revolution ushered in a new century with a tree restoration effort at the Hermitage, home of seventh president Andrew Jackson.