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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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I had two fights left with WFA when UFC picked it up, so as of now I have two fights here,'' Jackson said.
Yet for all her talent and experience tackling some of the most complex financial analysis and transactions in the real estate business, Jackson is the furthest thing from a number cruncher.
BIBR pointed out that Jackson made the discovery while essentially doing a project for Gates.
We found ourselves with a commercial glass business, but with no commercial businesses," recalls Jackson, the owner and president of Prestige Glass International.
Andrew Burstein's The Passions of Andrew Jackson seeks to reverse this trend and balance our understanding of Jackson, the man and the leader.
At the hospital he learned that he suffered 45% nerve damage in his arm and shoulder "I knew he didn't shoot me because he wanted to" Jackson says of his partner's actions that night.
Jackson had a hand in many of the most important debates of the 1930s and 1940s.
The International Theatre Institute (ITI) of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) officially recognized the event, and Jackson joined the rotation of other ITI competitions in Moscow, Helsinki, and Varna, Bulgaria.
The Minnesota abbey and university, founded by German monks who migrated up the Mississippi to Minnesota in 1856, was a natural place for Jackson to present his lifelong dream.
Jackson initially opposed proposed mergers among these firms.
Fort Gordon, Georgia, receives soldiers directly from Fort Jackson (approximately 150 km away) and other basic training centers.
Jackson refuses to dismiss contemporary concerns about newcomers and strangers in the city, but rather places urban critics (particularly Tonnies, Simmel, and Weber) in the social and academic context of the day, seriously addressing their questions about the marginality of newcomers and anomie of urban life.