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Word: herald

Definition: messenger; sign of something to come; V: announce; proclaim; Ex. unheralded researcher

Sentences Containing 'herald'

"Deccan Herald" wrote that it was "entertaining and worth a watch".
1970 - Tri-City Herald “Man of the Year”.
A report of the event was given in the New York Times, in the Herald, and for the IAAF.
A William Tyndall was Lancaster Herald under King Edward IV.
After two years, the company bought the "Morning Herald" from the Poole family in 1956, merging the two papers as the "Herald-Banner".
As part of his research for the novel, Cleary visited the offices of the "Sydney Morning Herald".
Before entering the restaurant business, Cruz was a reporter for the Manila Times and the Philippine Herald.
Bredbury and Romiley, and Marple, ceased to have their own editions of the North Cheshire Herald.
Cover page of the Philippine Herald Magazine.
Deccan Herald wrote, ""Endrendrum Punnagai" is no great shakes as ensemble entertainer.
Eventually, the newspaper dropped the Herald and became The Collegian of Hillsdale College.
Feral Tribune's name is likely a play on "Herald Tribune".
Founded as "The Sunday Herald" on May 12, 1946, the "Herald" was originally a tabloid newspaper with, in Stirling's words, "a little something for everyone".
He also won the Halifax Herald competition in the same year.
He continued to be a political cartoonist for "The Herald" until he retired in 1986, after 40 years in that role.
He is a columnist for "The New York Times" and "International Herald Tribune".
He originally wrote for the "Philadelphia Inquirer", and in 1861 he moved to the "New York Herald".
He started his career in illustration in 1967 at the New Zealand Herald.
He was a Herald of the King, first as Guisne Pursuivant and later as Rouge Dragon.
Herald, Gordon Stephenson, of the province of Ontario, Canada, in freedom from leakage.
However he denied the publishing family in the book was based on the Fairfaxes, who then owned the Herald.
In "The Silmarillion", Eönwë is called 'the Herald of Manwë'.
In 1896, the two papers merged and became the Herald-Collegian.
In 1908 the name was changed to "The Watch Tower and Herald of Christ's Presence".
In 1934 the Reporter acquired the North Cheshire Herald, merging it with their Hyde Reporter.
In 1949, the newspaper launched a Sunday edition, "The Sunday Herald".
In 1957, he became political correspondent for the "Sydney Morning Herald" in Canberra.
In 2004, McPhee became a columnist with the "Boston Herald".
In 2006 she was granted a coat of arms by the Chief Herald of Ireland.
In 2006, he became the first senior editor for "The International Herald Tribune".
In November of 1857, Osborn moved to Lawrence, Kansas where he became a compositor for the "Herald of Freedom".
Martin then departed to England with the Scottish Snawdoun Herald.
Receive the victor's wreath; and the herald shall proclaim your victory aloud before your own tribunal: "M.
Robin drives a decrepit Triumph Herald, claiming it to be a "classic British car".
See the Tri-City Herald, January 1, 1971, page 1.
She was also a music critic for the Sydney Morning Herald and a film and theatre critic for the Sun-Herald.
Substitutes: East Kent Goldings, Herald.
That same year, he moved to the "Daily Herald" and stayed there until 1953.
The "Herald-Banner" also publishes three weekly newspapers: the "Commerce Journal", "Rockwall County Herald-Banner" and "Royse City Herald-Banner".
The "Los Angeles Herald Examiner" claimed to have received a copy from a "news source".
The administration started The Collegian in 1893 as a rival paper to the Herald.
The Herald Cays were named after HMS "Herald", which conducted hydrographic surveys in the Coral Sea, under the captaincy of Henry Mangles Denham, from 1849 to 1861.
The meeting was covertly recorded and its content leaked to the Herald Sun.
The more important are his transcript of the 'Frecheville Evidences,' from a copy 'made by some herald,' probably Richard St.
The newspaper is owned by the Omaha World-Herald Co.
The organisation was established in 1935 by Fairfax and The Herald and Weekly Times.
The paper's history traces back to 1878, when the Hillsdale Herald was first published.
The Times Herald can refer to the following newspapers:
The Yale Herald is a newspaper run by undergraduate students at Yale University since 1986.
They were a herald: Pop's new queen had arrived.".

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