Uncle Sam

NOUN
  1. a personification of the United States government
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How To Use Uncle Sam In A Sentence

  • She was called the Catalina, and, like the vessels in that trade, except the Ayacucho, her papers and colors were from Uncle Sam. Two Years Before the Mast
  • Limiting or eliminating leverage and derivatives is a start; the only way to enable smooth bankruptcy with Uncle Sam covering FDIC obligations and preventing further blowups in a chain-reaction is turning these megacorps into just corps. Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » It Won’t Stop Until Someone (Besides the Taxpayers) Pays a Price
  • Though he can still make the militantes in their Che Guevara T-shirts swoon with talk about throwing speculators in jail, standing up to Uncle Sam and browbeating the "egoistic" Brazilian elite, off the stump he has been quietly networking among bankers, factory owners, and CEOs. Lula's Long Road
  • She was called the Catalina, and, like all the others vessels in that trade, except the Ayacucho, her papers and colors were from Uncle Sam. Chapter XVIII. Easter Sunday-“Sail Ho!”-Whales-San Juan-Romance of Hide-Droghing-San Diego Again
  • You know e-mail has gone mainstream when Uncle Sam is developing an electronic postmark to time and date stamp e-mail.
  • Uncle Sam arrives in good time: The marquee is up, Uncle Sam's arrived, and the cake is iced.
  • They are ready to defend themselves against Uncle Sam's imperialist policies.
  • A scapegoat is a near essential in the U. S. Navy after a foul-up which costs Uncle Sam around $35 million. NIMITZ CLASS
  • So after psychiatric sessions, Angela came to Uncle Sammler to hold a seminar and analyze the pro ceding hour.
  • Both have had their misdeeds winked at, one way or another, by Uncle Sam.
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