Origin of podesta
Examples from the Web for podesta
Podesta warned that opposition to natural gas is impractical and not grounded in reality.
Coming from Podesta—who previously headed the George Soros-funded Center for American Progress—them was fighting words.
Lobbying Discloure Act records show that Podesta billed the Centre for $510,000 for 2013.Ukraine’s D.C. Lobbyists in Disarray as Dictator Flees|Eli Lake|February 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“[John] Podesta was not sure that Obama felt anything, especially in his gut,” Woodward writes.
The podesta, the clerk, and the contessa's steward muttered together by the door of the dungeon.
There was sometimes but one Podesta; sometimes one for each province.The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume I.(of III) 1555-66|John Lothrop Motley
But even as they talked, across town the podesta's men might be tearing Daoud's body to pieces.
And, as podesta, my first concern is the welfare of Orvieto.
Because you, and not the podesta, are the one truly injured.
British Dictionary definitions for podesta
- any of the governors of the Lombard cities appointed by Frederick Barbarossa
- a chief magistrate in any of various republics, such as Florence