This column also appears in the latest issue of Aviation Week Space Technology.
Charles Krauthammer laid out the strategy last Friday in his Washington Post column.
This column also appears in the latest issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology.
Read Thomas Frank's discussion about this column and his book, Pity the Billionaire.
I'm writing a column for posting tomorrow about the politics of all this, so you'll have to wait until then for that.
The third column was composed of the whole disposable force of the irregulars.
Of course he turned first to the "Latest Intelligence" column.
column by column she revised her figures—and made the humiliating discovery of her first mistake.
It is said, also, that a column is more imposing than a line.
The column was necessarily closely packed, and as it waded through the snow the fire of the concealed enemy soon opened upon it.
mid-15c., "vertical division of a page," also "a pillar, post," from Old French colombe (12c., Modern French colonne "column, pillar"), from Latin columna "pillar," collateral form of columen "top, summit," from PIE root *kel- "to project" (see hill). Sense of "matter written for a newspaper" dates from 1785.
column col·umn (kŏl'əm)
Any of various tubular or pillarlike supporting structures in the body, such as the spinal column, each generally having a single tissue origin and function.