Paul Julius, Baron de, 1816–99, English founder of an international news agency, born in Germany.
“You sort of have to get over some pretty large hurdles of face implausibility,” Reuter said.
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Joseph passed the examination in such a manner that Reuter’s satisfaction increased with every answer.
The Catholic World, Vol. X, October 1869 Various
Mr. Reuter now performs this duty both for home and foreign news.
Curiosities of Civilization Andrew Wynter
Semi-official communiqu to the newspapers through Reuter’s Agency, September 23, 1902.
Notes on the Diplomatic History of the Jewish Question Lucien Wolf
It was evident that Reuter was through, and Thompson signaled him to come in.
Baseball Joe, Captain of the Team Lester Chadwick
Their retreat, said Reuter, in a euphemistic message from Rome, was “attended by some loss.”
The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2 Henry Baerlein
Reuter’s column is all anybody really cares for in the paper.
Mount Royal, Volume 1 of 3 Mary Elizabeth Braddon
H— had not finished his work at Norderney, so I was alone on board for Reuter.
Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin Robert Louis Stevenson
I had suffered sorely, Reuter, but surely I was well rewarded.
The Black Watch Scout Joe Cassells
We learned of it from the Reuter telegram that has just been sent on.
The ‘Ayesha’ being the adventures of the landing squad of the ‘Emden’ Hellmuth von Mcke
Baron Paul Julius von (paul ˈjuːliʊs fɔn). original name Israel Beer Josaphat. 1816–99, German telegrapher, who founded a news agency in London (1851)
Baron, De La Warr, 12th Baron. a state in the eastern United States, on the Atlantic coast. 2057 sq. mi. (5330 sq. km). Capital: Dover. Abbreviation: DE (for use with zip code), Del. a city in central Ohio. a river flowing S from SE New York, along the boundary between Pennsylvania and New Jersey into […]
Baron Friedrich von, 1852–1925, English theologian and writer.
George Brydges [brij-iz] /ˈbrɪdʒ ɪz/ (Show IPA), Baron, 1718–92, British admiral. a male given name: an Old English family name, taken from a placename. Contemporary Examples Many had predicted an outright acquittal and girded for the subsequent disaster of a Rodney King-level riot. Oakland’s Rodney King Moment Marcia Clark July 9, 2010 “Rodney King was […]
Georges Eugène [zhawrzh œ-zhen] /ʒɔrʒ œˈʒɛn/ (Show IPA), Baron, 1809–91, French administrator who improved the landscaping, street designs, and utilities systems of Paris. Contemporary Examples The Haussmann urban-renewal project demolished old neighborhoods. Dreaming of Paris Philip Gefter January 27, 2010 Historical Examples Paris—the Paris of the Empire and of Haussmann—is a house of cards. Diary […]
Baron Giichi [gee-ee-chee] /giˈi tʃi/ (Show IPA), 1863–1929, Japanese military and political leader: prime minister 1927–29. Contemporary Examples The TPO is also part of the Ministry of Justice, headed by Mr. Tanaka. Japan’s Justice Minister to Resign Over Yakuza Ties Jake Adelstein October 18, 2012 But Tanaka has been a little slow in obeying this […]