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Father Thomas Reese, who writes for National Catholic Reporter, said in a newsletter to journalists that the document is dull.
To stop subscribing to a Republican newsletter from Charleston.
“He is in an impossible position,” says Jon Ralston, who operates an eponymous website and newsletter devoted to Nevada politics.
That brought a response from John Rutledge, who ran a Florida-based newsletter, The Scuttlebutt.Pearl Harbor’s Anniversary Sparks Memories of a Long-Ago Dance Contest|Michael Daly|December 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Paul exploited bigotry throughout his career, before as well as after the newsletter years.
There was nothing to interest him in the newsletter, even if he read it.Child Life in Colonial Days|Alice Morse Earle
This organization provides a newsletter and emergency news flashes that give extensive information on issues, ideas, and contacts.
That was a memorable day on which the first newsletter from London was laid on the table of the only coffee room in Cambridge.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
I should never have dreamed of describing the articles in The Belfast Newsletter as pap.The Red Hand of Ulster|George A. Birmingham
It publishes a newsletter and a number of brochures and books and holds workshops across the country each year.