Murrow, Edward R.
A highly respected radio and television commentator who, during World War II, reported from London on German air raids against that city and who attacked Senator Joseph R. McCarthy in the 1950s as a threat to civil liberties. Murrow also created a show that first brought television cameras into the homes of celebrities for interviews.
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For his part, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) has expressed his “full confidence” in Representative Scalise.
As Americans, we still have a right to air both our dirty laundry and our R-Rated films.
After a successful summer working alongside R, he officially offered her the reigns of La Domaine.
Now that Collette had left La Domaine, who was she a slave to, Collette or R?
“No one else anywhere has had this much experience dealing with couples,” explained R.
Q was a Queen, who wore a silk slip; R was a Robber, and wanted a whip.
"To R——," replied the man, as he turned silently and sullenly to retrace his steps.
Edward Winslow died; one of the first settlers of Plymouth colony, Mass., and afterwards its governor.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Ego r improbaui, veritus scilicet, ne vel Galli, vel eti Gtiles hoc interpretartur in fidei nostr iniuri.
He stood aloof from Balliol, and, in spite of marked snubbing, steadily adhered to Edward.King Robert the Bruce|A. F. Murison