Origin of courant
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Ronald Fricking Reagan supported gun control, as Brett Josephe reminds us in an op-ed for the Hartford Courant.
According to the Hartford Courant, "Walmart Protests Send A Message But Fail To Deter Crowds".Unions Organize Walmart Protests; Rest of the Nation Goes Shopping|Megan McArdle|November 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
On October 14, 1783, a week after his pub date, Webster commandeered the front page of The Courant.
The author was a 16-year-old Benjamin Franklin, whose older brother edited the Courant.
Courant came to a full stop involuntarily, but recovered himself and followed his friends quickly.
"Stick to that resolve, my child," said Courant, with mock benevolence.
The "Courant" added that unless these terms were conceded the island of Lewis would soon be an uninhabited waste.
Ewart entrusted it to the care of Wilson, a turnkey, who had disposed of it to the editor of the Courant.The History of Burke and Hare|George Mac Gregor
The very look of an ordinary first page of the Courant is like that of the Spectator page.Benjamin Franklin|Frank Luther Mott
Word Origin and History for courant
"newspaper" (now only in names of newspapers), from French courant, literally "running," present participle of courir "to run" (see current (adj.)).