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Cron·kite

 (krŏn′kīt), Walter 1916-2009.
American news broadcaster and editor. A newspaper and wire service correspondent during World War II, he spent the majority of his career with the Columbia Broadcasting System as their nightly news anchor (1962-1981).

Cron•kite

(ˈkrɒn kaɪt, ˈkrɒŋ-)
n.
Walter, born 1916, U.S. newscaster.
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Cronkite, who died a week ago today at 92, was remembered Thursday during a private memorial service in New York City, with a public one to follow there in the coming weeks.