Presse

All Noun Verb
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  • Yet when he came found a great presse of people. Cited from The Valet's Tragedy et al, by Andrew Lang
  • He became interested in politics and began reading La Presse hoping to become an international journalist.
  • Presse ended up having a profound influence on the rest of Carrel's life.
  • Thou desperate fellow, thus presse in upon us! Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. I, by Various
  • She was an editor until 1974 when the newspaper was sold to La Presse.
  • Prior to the twentieth century, newspapers were largely political such as Paris's La Presse.
  • He is the current editor-in-chief of the large-circulation Montreal newspaper La Presse.
  • While at La Presse, Nefftzer wrote a regular column about politics, foreign policy and religious issues.
  • He also writes a column in the lifestyle section the daily newspaper La Presse.
  • La Presse gave the story front page coverage.
  • Furthermore not then indeed is he hindered to profite other men, when some necessities do presse him. Cited from The Best of the World's Classics, Prose, Vol. II - Rome, by Various
  • Later she worked as a journalist for the Vienna newspaper Die Presse.
  • In 1955 he moved on to Die Presse where he was appointed Culture Editor.
  • He bought the newspaper La Presse, which enabled him to gain experience in the field of print media in Canada.
  • La Presse was the first penny press newspaper in France.
  • He then went to Paris, where he began working for the first French independent gay publication, Gaie Presse.
  • Far from being presse, friend Perron, I have an eternity at your service. Cited from Read-Aloud Plays, by Horace Holley
  • The Presse also publishes a regular series of translations of Eastern European poetry.
  • The novel first appeared in serialised form in La Presse.
  • His father worked for an Austrian newspaper, Die Presse, as a journalist.
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