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But from there we had Watergate, stagflation, oil embargos, eroding American power in the world, growing income inequality, etc.

Some of them try to twist Watergate and write a story of bogus revisionism.

In the book, you stay pretty much within the confines of Watergate, right?

I first discovered nobody had ever cataloged all of the Watergate conversations.

There are those who write about it without Watergate, and there are those who write about it with Watergate.

The mayor closing the watergate caused much vexation to the lawyers rowing by boat to Westminster, and the king had to interfere.

The watergate was open, and a wild rush of men, women, and children took place down to the boats.

On an outlying work commanding the watergate eight thirty-two pounders were mounted.

Sandwich ends at the Barbican, the foreign-looking watergate that spans the road on the hither side of the Stour.

This was found in Watergate street about a century ago, together with a tessellated pavement.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to watergate, such as: annul, clamp down on, crack down on, invalidate, overrule, and repeal.

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