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Pu·lit·zer

 (po͝ol′ĭt-sər, pyo͞o′lĭt-), Joseph 1847-1911.
Hungarian-born American journalist and newspaper publisher who established and endowed the Pulitzer Prizes.

Pulitzer

(ˈpʊlɪtsə)
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(Biography) Joseph. 1847–1911, US newspaper publisher, born in Hungary. He established the Pulitzer prizes

Pu•litz•er

(ˈpʊl ɪt sər, ˈpyu lɪt-)

n.
Joseph, 1847–1911, U.S. journalist and publisher, born in Hungary.
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Yergin, who won the Pullitzer Prize with his epic history of the oil industry "The Prize," is ubiquitous at CERAWeek, running the event almost single-handedly, chairing and moderating events from dawn to dusk.
From Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman to three-time Pullitzer winner Thomas Friedman and two-time Pulltizer Nicholas Kristoff, the New York Times' columns section is less meant to be informative and more to be explicitly influential.
com/events/the-mowgli-andwaterstones-liverpool-bookclub/liverpool-35300 Future dates for the club are Tuesday, October 10, when the novel under discussion is the Pullitzer Prize-winning Olive Kitteridge, by Elizabeth Strout, and also Tuesday, November 14, when Sarah Waters' The Little Stranger is the subject of the literary chat.
Entitled "The Terror of War," Nick Ut's photograph won the Pullitzer Prize for Spot News Photography in 1973.
El alma queda vacunada con las imagenes de ninos muertos en alguna que otra catastrofe migratoria; basta con una de ellas, en realidad, porque los ninos mueren todos los dias pero la foto que opta luego al premio Pullitzer es solo una de vez en cuando.
6) In addition to numerous glowing reviews, The Internal Enemy was a 2013 National Book Award Finalist and a 2014 Pullitzer Prize winner.
Ministers from countries such as Angola, Colombia, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Nigeria, Qatar, and Norway will be addressing the Congress, as well as heads of companies and organisations such as Rex Tillerson, chairman of the board of directors at ExxonMobil Corporation, Maria das Gracas Silva Foster, CEO of Brazil's Petrobras, Abdalla Salem El Badri, the Opec Secretary-General, Bob Dudley, chairman of the board for BP, Maria van der Hoeven, executive director of the IEA, Dr Daniel Yergin, vice chairman, IHS and Pullitzer Prize Winner for "The Prize", and over 500 other industry leaders and decision makers.
Os corvos que esperam a morte dos dois irmaos lembram a conhecida foto ganhadora do premio Pullitzer, o mais importante premio jornalistico do mundo, em 1994.
Esta metodologia cumple la premisa que promulgaba Joseph Pullitzer, citado por Velasquez (2005), entre sus reporteros "hazlos reir, hazlos llorar, pero provocales emociones" (2005, p.