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Vocabulary Inaugural Words: 1789 to the Present
The words most commonly used in presidential inaugural addresses
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The president and vice-president take office on January 20 at noon. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court swears in the President of the United States. (Year 6-7)
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These 35 words make a citizen the President of the United States of America.
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Throughout history, there have been some forgettable inaugural addresses, but there have also been some that are still being quoted to this day. Let’s take a look.
From drunken speeches to dead canaries, a guide to our quirky inaugural history – NBC Politicshttp://nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/01/20/16588234-from-drunken-speeches-to-dead-canaries-a-guide-to-our-quirky-inaugural-history?lite
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