The media took notice: My screed appeared in New York magazine and on various gossip blogs.
Professors Stephen Walt and John Mearsheimer, author of the screed, The Israel Lobby, are right about that.
No word yet from Commentary (which has devoted a grand total of one screed to the hunger strikers thus far).
Began my screed on the 'Joys of Motherhood' for the 'Delineator.'
This screed, remarkable as it was, had no mystery for Goodwin.
I began this day the screed of 'Values' which I mentioned the other day.
I am sending this as an antidote for my doleful Sunday screed.
There was no date to the screed nor was it signed; yet the Count put it to his forehead and lips.
Now lets have that screed again, Tom, and Ill have a go at translating it.
The first page of Tommy's screed was devoted to personal matters.
early 14c., "fragment," also "strip of cloth," from northern England dialectal variant of Old English screade (see shred (n.)). Meaning "lengthy speech" is first recorded 1789, from notion of reading from a long list.