Clare Booth Luce


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Noun1.Clare Booth Luce - United States playwright and public official (1902-1987)
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Representative Clare Booth Luce, to endorse Zionism.
In another passage, she said her husband's speech writer Ted Sorensen had a "big inferiority complex" and Clare Booth Luce, the playwright and Republican politician, was quite possibly a "lesbian".
The college's first Clare Booth Luce Scholars, Lindsey Tonge and Annie Cervin, both graduated this May.
Both Jeffers and Heefner touch lightly on Truscott's relations with Clare Booth Luce, since recent revelations suggest there was an affair.
Millions all over the world are dying from this pandemic and the 'Condom Olympics' in no way emphasizes the severity of this issue which, by the way, is completely preventable," Alyssa Cordova of the Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute, which prepares and promotes conservative women, said.
Not to be outdone, banners at the Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute's booth encouraged each young woman walking by to become "A Luce Lady.
CLARE BOOTH LUCE is perhaps best-known for her trendsetting years as an editor of Vanity Fair and her turn as a U.
Suicide of Dorothy Hale," for instance, one of her lesser-known works, was commissioned in 1939 by Clare Booth Luce after her beautiful friend had thrown herself from her New York penthouse.