(redirected from Watergate)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
WGWicked Grin
WGWorking Group
WGWonder Girls (Korean girl band)
WGWohngemeinschaft (German)
WGWrong (logging abbreviation)
WGWhite Gold (jewelry)
WGWeight Gain (nutrition)
WGWastegate (automotive)
WGWhere's George
WGWorkshop on Graph-Theoretic Concepts in Computer Science
WGWest Germany
WGWelsh Guards (A British Regiment)
WGWage Grade
WGWar Game
WGWayne Gretzky (hockey player)
WGWorld Geography
WGWind Generator
WGWiseGuy (software)
WGWegener Granulomatosis
WGWire Gauge
WGWater Gauge
WGWie Geht's? (German greeting)
WGWave Guide
WGWaste Gas
WGWarsong Gulch (World of Warcraft)
WGWeapons Grade
WGWhispering Gallery
WGWater & Gas
WGWestern Growers (formerly Western Growers Association)
WGWithout Guarantee (shipping)
WGWing Guard (basketball; similar to shooting guard)
WGWater Generation
WGWestminster Group PLC (UK)
WGWest Genesee high school (Camillus, NY)
WGWeather Group (USAF)
WGWas Getekend (Dutch: Was Signed)
WGWhite Gorilla
WGWeight Guaranteed
WGWhirly-Girls (international women helicopter pilots)
WGWest Gore
WGWalkers Group (legal and management services)
WGWavelength Graph
WGWorship Graphics (website)
WGWorld Geologist
WGWaqooyi Galbeed (postal region, Somalia)
WGWelch-Gong Transformation Sequence
WGWeather Gun (Trevor Constable's rainmaker)
References in periodicals archive ?
It began following a break-in by five men at the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate office complex in Washington DC, on June 17, 1972.
That all changed when the existence of the tapes of the president talking about covering up the break-in were mentioned during the Watergate hearings.
Beyond the Watergate will take place on Wednesday nights once a month until November 2016.
The Watergate meets recognized stormwater regulations for trash capture.
Police at the scene of |the rape at an entrance to Watergate Park
Holland gives readers less concerned with Watergate minutiae two general lessons.
The matter commonly referred to as Watergate began on June 17, 1972--two months before Nixon's renomination for president--when five men were arrested for attempting to bug the Democratic National Committee's offices in the Watergate residential office complex in the District of Columbia.
Nixon refused to even consider Cox's request, prompting Cox to ask the judge overseeing the Watergate trial, John Sirica, to order Nixon to release the tapes, which Sirica did.
But once he's got his protagonists identified and in place, Watergate becomes a pleasurably perverse and darkly comedic thriller.
So the National Archives got a uniquely unvarnished documentary account of a presidency and a directive to focus on the worst of it--hence the Nixon Library's current Watergate exhibit.
Forty years later, the Watergate affair and Nixon's subsequent resignation--the only presidential resignation in U.
As for the idea back then that Watergate would put paid to executive-branch hubris--never mind George W.