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  • On the wall behind the lathe in my workshop is a newspaper photograph of David Pye, the late Professor of Furniture Design at the Royal College of Art.


  • Irma Negroni, the head writer of my show and a trusted friend, brought to my attention something she had just read in a newspaper about Puerto Rico.

    Make Your Life Prime Time

  • It was cigar-smoke sweet and paneled with dark wood, neat and tidy except for the large man sprawled across a leather recliner, a newspaper spread over his lap, reading glasses perched on his nose.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • After fifteen years as a newspaper reporter and editor, KEVIN DILMORE turned his full attention to his freelance writing career in 2003.


  • I spread a newspaper on the floor and called Betty into the house and told her to stay in the kitchen and on that paper and that Babci would be over here with the supper any minute.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • The scandal was a newspaper sensation, especially in those papers owned by William Randolph Hearst, who had been railing against “liquor-and-sex orgies” and other decadent behaviors of Hollywood actors and moguls.

    Grand Theft Childhood

  • Imagine my shock when, several months later, Blaha ran into my office with a newspaper article describing how the Soviets, for the first time in history, were going to allow their basketball team to play an exhibition game with an NBA team.

    Riding Rockets

  • That guy who was sitting in the lobby reading a newspaper looked suspiciously hippo-like.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • “Derf” is John Backderf, a comic book artist I worked with at a newspaper in Akron, Ohio.

    Chuck Klosterman on Media and Culture

  • • Walt Disney was fired by a newspaper editor for lack of ideas.

    pottytrain your child in just one day


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