Jacksonia

NOUN
  1. genus of yellow-flowered Australian unarmed or spiny shrubs without true leaves but having leaflike stems or branches
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How To Use Jacksonia In A Sentence

  • The Lakers, in Jacksonian terminology, "stepped into the vacuum that they have played in at times during the season. USATODAY.com - Lakers confident they'll do better against Pistons in Game 2
  • As the controversies over dispensation of the western territories grew unavoidable, so the Jacksonian political alignments crumbled.
  • In terms of the historical record, Royall's personality and hilarious, though often caustic and "impolite" attacks on religious figures -- both right and left, from Protestant fanatics of the Jacksonian era like Ezra Stiles Ely to New England abolitionist Henry Ward Beecher and his sister Harriet Beecher Stowe -- as well as the corrupt political stalwarts of all persuasions, have unfairly dominated and often biased her portrayal in many histories. Jeff Biggers: "Office Holders Are Desperate": 180 Years Before HuffPo, Anne Royall's Wicked Blogs Held DC Accountable
  • As the controversies over dispensation of the western territories grew unavoidable, so the Jacksonian political alignments crumbled.
  • (Washington: Smithsonian Institute Press, 1995), William R. Sutton, Journeymen for Jesus: Evangelical Artisans Confront Capitalism in Jacksonian Baltimore (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1998), and William R. Sutton, Tied to the Whipping Advocating The Man: Masculinity, Organized Labor, and the Household in New York, 1800-1840
  • Antebellum nationalism, as it surfaced in Jacksonian rhetoric of the 1830s and early Article Abstracts
  • Sutton, William R. Journeymen For Jesus: Evangelical Artisans Confront Capitalism in Jacksonian Baltimore. Advocating The Man: Masculinity, Organized Labor, and the Household in New York, 1800-1840
  • In terms of the historical record, Royall's personality and hilarious, though often caustic and "impolite" attacks on religious figures--both right and left, from Protestant fanatics of the Jacksonian era like Ezra Stiles Ely to New England abolitionist Henry Ward Beecher and his sister Harriet Beecher Stowe--as well as the corrupt political stalwarts of all persuasions, have unfairly dominated and often biased her portrayal in many histories. Jeff Biggers: "Office Holders Are Desperate": 180 Years Before HuffPo, Anne Royall's Wicked Blogs Held DC Accountable
  • Latner, Richard B. "Preserving 'the natural equality of rank and influence': Liberalism, Republicanism, and the Equality of Condition in Jacksonian Politics. Advocating The Man: Masculinity, Organized Labor, and the Household in New York, 1800-1840
  • Yet they fixate on their differences with us, and they are faithful, sometimes gleeful, chroniclers of every American deviance from the Jacksonian creed, such as our growing economic inequality and the corruption of our political system by big money. Misfit America
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