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Ebert

(German ˈeːbərt)
n
(Biography) Friedrich. (ˈfriːdrɪç). 1871–1925, German Social Democratic statesman; first president of the German Republic (1919–25)
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Haley Ebert, who was in a window seat above the right wing, said she had raised her window shade after hearing a "huge bang" that she likened to a gunshot.
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The way Ebert tells it, he imagined a career as a columnist, something along the lines of being a Mike Royko, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Chicago Tribune columnist who covered the city's political scene.
Ebert was a combat rescue swimmer with a helicopter search and rescue squadron.
In his role, Ebert is to focus on government contracts, mergers & acquisitions, risk management and internal investigations.
I make sure that Roger is incorporated into the festival," now in its 18th year, Chaz Ebert says.
In regards to auteurist approaches, Ebert forged a via media between the extremes of Sarris and Kael.
Asi lo demostraban, agregaba, los magnificos analisis cuadro por cuadro que conducia Roger Ebert en algunos festivales.
And where is Bob Zonka, about whom Ebert fondly wrote, "I would love more than any other man since my father died'' (p.
Ebert, the long-time movie reviewer for the Chicago Sun-Times, didn't just comment on films.
In 1966, while pursuing a PhD in English at the University of Chicago, Ebert was hired as a reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times and became its film critic a year later.
Also in 1975, Ebert launched a televised film review show called Sneak Previews, and in 1978, he was joined by his friend, rival and colleague Gene Siskel (who wrote for the competing Chicago Tribune).