Baquet was a dynamic editor of the Los Angeles Times before resigning amid the wreckage of tribune Co. budget cuts.
All of the above will surprise no one following the agony tribune is living through.
The tribune was surrounded by a squadron of hussars of the National Guard.
When several private equity firms were looking at the tribune Company early in 2007, they came to the same conclusion.
tribune Media Services said it no longer syndicates his old columns.
I dare say the tribune could procure me a kid, said Locusta.
Since 1830 the widow again supplicated the tribune des Chambres.
Robespierre ascended the steps of the tribune with studied calmness.
Free again, she reclines on her couch, and is reading the tribune.
It is now in the tribune of the Florentine gallery, in a high state of preservation.
late 14c., title of an official in ancient Rome, from Latin tribunus "magistrate" (specifically one of the officers appointed to protect the rights and interests of the plebeians from the patricians), originally "head of a tribe," from tribus (see tribe). The meaning "raised platform" is 1762, from Italian, from Latin tribunal "platform for the seats of magistrates in ancient Rome."