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  1. O·prah [oh, -pr, uh], born 1954, U.S. television talk-show host and producer and actress.

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Harbert recalled meeting with Winfrey in 1993 before she sat down with Jackson and said she had an “awe-inspiring” level of preparation for the interview itself, as well as for the scheduling, promotion and production.

Still, Turner said she was glad that Winfrey let the couple take the reins of the discussion.

The next most-discussed topic, however, was Winfrey herself.

Winfrey’s hugely successful, groundbreaking syndicated daytime talk show, which ran from 1986 to 2011, peaked in the early 1990s, averaging about 13 million viewers an episode.

As Winfrey’s interview pointed out, Markle did not experience a positive working relationship with the Royal Rota, especially in comparison to the treatment of other members of the royal family.

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Annie Lee Cooper, well played by Winfrey, is shown trying but failing to register to vote.

The fear that Pascal might weather the storm has Du Vernay, Oprah Winfrey, and other Hollywood elites pulling their punches.

“I had to be here for your last show to celebrate you because of what you have meant to me,” Winfrey began.

She, Oprah Winfrey, and Diane Sawyer are the queens of confession.

Fans include Oprah Winfrey, Lady Gaga and Jake Gyllenhaal, and Forbes estimates they train around 8,000 riders a day.

They had met in Melbourne the week before, when Miss Winfrey had made an enviable impression and secured a coveted post.

Miss Winfrey had the wit to avoid the one irretrievable mistake on the part of all such as would govern as well as teach.

And little Miss Winfrey won hers in the face of sufficiently formidable odds.

She was, of course, herself the greatest child of them all; and at last Miss Winfrey told her so in as many words.

But this never struck her until she brought her broodings to her friend Miss Winfrey, when one flesh could endure them no longer.