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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 mean, had Andrew Jackson been a little later, you wouldn't have had the Civil War.
When word was received that British Major General Sir Edward Parkeham with his army of 5,300 "well drilled redcoats" was sailing for New Orleans, General Andrew Jackson and his 2,000 volunteers were just north of Pensacola, Florida.
He said: "You repeatedly punched Andrew Jackson while he was on the floor unconscious.
Andrew Jackson said: "Gage Networks is a business with exceptional technical credentials and expertise, a reputation for service excellence and an extremely strong management team.
1800, when Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr were tied in the electoral college, and 1824, when Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, Henry Clay and William H.
Both Andrew Jackson and Forrest were products of what used to be a well-known phase of American history--the Old Southwest.
PC Andrew Jackson has been found guilty of common assault by magistrates following a thorough investigation.
MERSEYSIDE Police last night said Andrew Jackson, who worked in CID at Marsh Lane police station, Bootle, would face an internal investigation.
The Birth of Modern Politics: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, and the Election of 1828.
Andrew Jackson Benjamin Walker The Storyteller Kristine Nielsen Calhoun Darren Goldstein Cobbler, John Quincy Adams Jeff Hiller Monroe Ben Steinfeld Rachel Maria Elena Ramirez Clay Bryce Pinkham Red Eagle Greg Hildreth Van Buren Lucas Near-Verbrugghe Lyncoya Cameron Ocasio With: James Barry, Nadia Quinn, Kate Cullen Roberts, Emily Young.
A vivid depiction of one of the most intriguing, yet controversial, men to serve in the nation's highest elected office during the nineteenth century, American Lion immerses readers in the complex life of our seventh President, Andrew Jackson. Rather than provide a trite recitation of Jackson's presidency, Jon Meacham, the Editor of Newsweek, adeptly chronicles the politics of the Jackson Administration drawn largely from century-old, unpublished letters held in private collections, written by people in Jackson's innermost circle.