You probably have the right to use the name Warner, but what about the name Brothers?
I called up John Calley, who was running Warner Bros., and told him about the project, and Joel and I went to meet with him.
The Warner folks led her into a room where they evidently told her the terrible news.
The two were then co-chairman of Warner Bros. and until that moment, Daly had always been quite reserved with me.
Statistics and studies aside, Warner humanizes the issues for the reader.
The other two looked at Warner and saw his left eyelid droop slightly.
Mr. Warner said that soon he would tell our fathers, and they would be proud of us.
Later, he wrote me with a humorous joy in his mistake that Warner had advised him to have the paper watched for these injuries.
With the contraction of Warner we may compare Marner, mariner.
And in this pause, a curious piece of byplay passed between Warner and OHearn.