Finally, the tribune's bomb-thrower, John Kass, notes the growing unease between two core constituencies of the Democratic Party.
Baquet was a dynamic editor of the Los Angeles Times before resigning amid the wreckage of tribune Co. budget cuts.
The tribune of adolescent sensitivity and longing has suddenly transformed into a macho bully.
The tribune was surrounded by a squadron of hussars of the National Guard.
Never mind that the tribune props him up like a Ming vase now.
I dare say the tribune could procure me a kid, said Locusta.
And that they were just three, the very name of "tribe" and "tribune" seems to show.
Robespierre ascended the steps of the tribune with studied calmness.
It's some of the boys of the tribune, I thought—I could see a number of them in the crowd.
It is now in the tribune of the Florentine gallery, in a high state of preservation.
late 14c., title of an official in ancient Rome, from Latin tribunus "magistrate" (specifically one of the officers appointed to protect the rights and interests of the plebeians from the patricians), originally "head of a tribe," from tribus (see tribe). The meaning "raised platform" is 1762, from Italian, from Latin tribunal "platform for the seats of magistrates in ancient Rome."