He cites its nation-wide town-hall meetings to encourage people to hire those with autism.
In the nation-wide crusade against gay marriage, Schubert was king.
Manhattan in the early 20th century was the real capital of the nation-wide business and banking elites.
It was scheduled for a nation-wide half hour run in prime time on Oct. 27th, 1964.
If the first 10 amendments were each put to a vote on nation-wide ballot initiatives, how would they fare?
A galloping ghost on the scene of a kidnaping that is sure to cause a nation-wide search!
The Administration's first nation-wide appeal was for money.
It is from this point of view that its radically new terminal plan assumes a nation-wide interest and importance.
This custom would give us nation-wide knowledge and sympathy.
That can be brought about only by a nation-wide campaign in which every patriotic citizen must participate.