How to use Reuther in a sentence
Reuther was the UAW's chief lobbyist and a nephew of Walter Reuther, the union's legendary president during the 1950s and 1960s.
He included thirty-one texts of this period (Berlin, Reuther and Reichard).
Will you accept the position, if I add as an inducement my desire to have Reuther also as an inmate of my home?
Withdrawing from the window, she crept again to Reuther's room and peered carefully in.
The judge drew a breath of relief and led Reuther towards a door at the end of the hall.
Evading Reuther, she ran up stairs, taking off her things mechanically on the way.