[ oks ]


  1. Adolph Simon, 1858–1935, U.S. newspaper publisher.

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Example Sentences

Ochs says that micrometeorites are likely to disintegrate on impact with the first layer and may go on to strike the second, but puncturing all five is not likely.

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An attorney for Ochs did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Ochs said her group plans online meetings to consider new lines of attack, including letter-writing campaigns, dialogue with council members, and fresh outreach to members of the business community.

How has Jill Abramson managed to so far outwit her former boss, the New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.?

He suggested to Phil Ochs, his neighbor at the Chelsea, that he find a new line of work, maybe as a standup comedian.

Adolph Ochs did not want to have an editorial page when he took over Times.

The passage of power from Punch to his son, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., also was rocky.

It is probably not much of an overstatement to say that Arthur Ochs Sulzberger saved The New York Times.

Mr. Ochs was the only one of Mr. Levade's friends who was at Basle—the others were both in France.

The name which stands before the name "Ochs," defines nearer the position of the representative Ochs.

One of her relatives, the vulgar Baron Ochs von Lerchenan, wishes to see her.

La Harpe and Ochs thus worked towards the same end, though the motives of the two men differed greatly.