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The 46th president spoke of school reopenings in his inaugural address and later said he would like to see most K-8 schools reopen during his first 100 days in office.

Out of the 60 women that applied for exclusive mentorship programs, three inaugural winners were chosen to receive a Cantu-sponsored campaign valued at $160,000.

The company is targeting this year for New Glenn’s inaugural launch.

The funding actually marked BTV’s first investment in a cohort member of its inaugural accelerator program.

Keren Taylor sobbed when she saw Gorman leave the inaugural stage.

On June 18, 1971, the caucus threw its inaugural dinner at the Dunbar Hotel.

“We are all Republicans, we are all Federalists” said Thomas Jefferson in his first inaugural.

Thomas Jefferson also warned in his first inaugural that not “every difference of opinion is a difference of principle.”

Which brings us to FDR's first inaugural speech assertion that "we have nothing to fear but fear itself."

Richard Blanco made waves in 2013 when he was the first immigrant, Latino, and openly gay man to be the inaugural poet.

(p. 362) Two years passed, and Abraham Lincoln gave utterance to other sentiments in his second inaugural address to the people.

One sentence in his inaugural address provoked derision: "We are at peace with all the world and the rest of mankind."

No possible argument, however, can reconcile these inaugural principles with the Kentucky resolutions.

The "penitentiarying" of Newt himself had been only the inaugural of more sweeping and hateful innovations.

Life is movement, cried Alois von Brinz, in his magnificent inaugural address.

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On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inaugural, such as: inauguration, admission, baptism, beginning, commencement, and debut.

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