Jefferson - translation to german
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Jefferson - translation to german

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Jefferson, family name; Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), American statesman, one of the authors of the Declaration of Independence
Jefferson Airplane         
  • The group in mid-1966 after Spencer Dryden replaced Skip Spence on drums.
  • Kralingen]] 1970
  • The original lineup of Jefferson Airplane at the Matrix in summer 1965. Clockwise from left: Bob Harvey, Signe Toly Anderson, Jerry Peloquin, Paul Kantner, Jorma Kaukonen, and Marty Balin.
  • Jefferson Airplane in early 1966. From left: Anderson, Casady, Balin, Spence, Kantner and Kaukonen.
  • Publicity photo of Jefferson Airplane 1967. From left: Jack Casady, Jorma Kaukonen, Marty Balin (seen in window frame), Spencer Dryden, Paul Kantner, Grace Slick.
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The Jefferson Airplane; Jefferson Aeroplane; Paul Krantner; Jefferson Airplane House; Jefferson airplane
Jefferson Airplane, amerikanische Rockband aus den 1960ern
Thomas Jefferson         
  • Tripoli]]
  • Treasury Secretary]], depicted in a portrait by [[Gilbert Stuart]]
  • George Washington's presidency]]
  • [[Black Hoof]], leader of the [[Shawnee]], accepted Jefferson's Indian assimilation policies.
  • The [[Wren Building]] at the [[College of William & Mary]], where Jefferson studied
  • An 1804 cartoon depicting Jefferson as a rooster and [[Sally Hemings]] as a hen
  • Virginia governor]] from 1779 to 1781
  • From left to right: [[George Washington]], Jefferson, [[Theodore Roosevelt]], and [[Abraham Lincoln]] depicted on on [[Mount Rushmore]], created by [[Gutzon Borglum]]
  • Adams]] and Jefferson, won by Adams
  • Adams]] and Jefferson, won by Jefferson
  • president]]
  • U.S. Declaration of Independence]].
  • An 1821 portrait of Jefferson by [[Gilbert Stuart]]
  • [[House of Burgesses]] in [[Williamsburg, Virginia]], where Jefferson served from 1769 to 1775
  • Declaration of Independence]] on July 4, 1776
  • The [[Jefferson Memorial]], seen from across the [[Tidal Basin]] in [[Washington, D.C.]], opened April 13, 1943, the 200th anniversary of Jefferson's birth
  • U.S. Military Academy at West Point]] and now on display there
  • Page 30 of Jefferson's 1795 Farm Book lists 163 slaves at [[Monticello]]
  • Lafayette]] by [[Ary Scheffer]], now on display in [[United States Capitol rotunda]]
  • The [[University of Virginia]], founded by Jefferson in 1819
  • USS ''Chesapeake'']] in June 1807
  • Lewis and Clark's]] expedition on the [[Columbia River]] during Jefferson's presidency
  • sp=us}}, which doubled the geographic size of the United States.
  • Richmond]], which Jefferson designed
  • Martha]], born in 1772
  • A 43-year-old Jefferson in London in 1786, depicted in a portrait by [[Mather Brown]]
  • [[Monticello]], Jefferson's home near [[Charlottesville, Virginia]]
  • Embargo Act]], depicting merchants dodging the "Ograbme", which is "Embargo" spelled backward
  • ''Thomas Jefferson'', an 1805 portrait by [[Rembrandt Peale]]
  • A 48-year-old Jefferson in 1791, depicted in a portrait by [[Charles Willson Peale]]
  • Thomas Jefferson's [[coat of arms]]
  • alt=Obelisk at Thomas Jefferson's gravesite
  • alt=A leather-bound Bible
  • Jefferson depicted in an 1805 portrait by [[Gilbert Stuart]]
  • A 56-year-old Jefferson in 1799, depicted in a portrait by [[Charles Peale Polk]]
  • U.S. Declaration of Independence]], written predominantly by Jefferson over 17 days in [[Philadelphia]], represents "the most potent and consequential words in American history", according to historian [[Joseph Ellis]].
  • An 1802 portrait of [[Aaron Burr]] by [[John Vanderlyn]]
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Thomas Jefferson (3. Präsident der USA, Abschaffer der Sklaverei)


·adj Destitute of shoes.



Jefferson may refer to:

Pronunciation examples for Jefferson
1. Jefferson.
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2. Thomas Jefferson.
One Man's Quest to Rewrite the Constitution of the USA _ Kevin Bleyer _ Talks at Google
3. AUDIENCE: Jefferson.
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4. Jefferson was.
_ Simon Winchester _ Talks at Google
5. Thomas Jefferson.
Indispensable - When Talks Really Matter _ Gautam Mukunda _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of Jefferson
1. Einen weitgehenden Stopp der Virus–Verbreitung könnten beide Mittel nicht gewährleisten, erklärte Jefferson und seine Kollegen.
2. Blind Lemon Jefferson befasste sich in seinen Klageliedern obsessiv mit Schlamm und Wasser.
3. Ein Hoffnungsschimmer bleibt: Drei Jahre später wurde Jefferson zum Präsident gewählt.
4. "Die Vielseitigkeit dieses Mannes lässt Thomas Jefferson aussehen wie einen riesigen Idioten", sagte Komiker Will Ferrel in seiner Laudatio.
5. Auf der einzigen freien Straße zum Jefferson–Bezirk stauten sich am Montagmorgen hunderte Autos, die direkt nach Aufhebung der Ausgangssperre um 6.00 Uhr morgens zu ihren Häusern wollten.