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Timeline Of United States History - 19th Century
1833 The Force Bill, expanding Presidential powers, was passed ... The Wade–Davis Bill was passed ... Wild Bill Hickok was killed by a shot to the back of the head by Jack McCall while playing poker in Deadwood, South Dakota ...
Lily Rivera Corinthos - Bill Eckert
... Bill Eckert General Hospital character Portrayed by Anthony Geary Duration 1991–93 First appearance 1991 Last appearance November 13, 1993 Created by Gene Palumbo Introduced by Gloria Monty ... Bill Eckert was a member of the crew on the SS Tracy ... He was impressed with Bill Eckert, who invented a unique machine which raised the ship ...
Chen Shui-bian - Presidency, 2000–2008 - First Term - Re-election Campaign
... and 3-19 shooting incident In late 2003, he signed a controversial referendum bill, which he had supported but was heavily watered down by the Pan-Blue majority ... Within a day of the passage of the referendum bill, Chen stated his intention to invoke this provision, citing PRC's over 450 missiles aimed directly at the Taiwanese ... Pan-Blue believed that his bill was only intended to benefit Chen in the coming election, as whether PRC removes the missiles would not be pressured or decided by referendum result ...

Famous quotes containing the words shot and/or bill:

    In our brief national history we have shot four of our presidents, worried five of them to death, impeached one and hounded another out of office. And when all else fails, we hold an election and assassinate their character.
    —P.J. (Patrick Jake)

    Meantime the education of the general mind never stops. The reveries of the true and simple are prophetic. What the tender poetic youth dreams, and prays, and paints today, but shuns the ridicule of saying aloud, shall presently be the resolutions of public bodies, then shall be carried as grievance and bill of rights through conflict and war, and then shall be triumphant law and establishment for a hundred years, until it gives place, in turn, to new prayers and pictures.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)