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(Biography) (Joseph) Lincoln. 1866–1936, US political analyst, known for his exposure of political corruption


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(Joseph) Lincoln, 1866–1936, U.S. writer.
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Noun1.Steffens - United States journalist whose exposes in 1906 started an era of muckraking journalism (1866-1936)
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Steffens Automotive, also, pre-installs all of the weather seals on the covers so there is no longer a temperature requirement when installing the product.
Sara Steffens, a nine-year reporter at the Contra Costa Times of Walnut Creek, was just voted unit chair of the New BANG-EB guild unit on Wednesday.
It seems it's just a technicality," said Steffens, who owns a graphic design company in Silverton.
It was the kind of response I used to see Bob (Marley) get when he was alive,'' Steffens says, ``and it was kind of nice to see a new generation reacting that way to one of their own.
Martha Steffens takes a career-long love of business reporting to the Missouri School of Journalism as the first holder of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers endowed chair in business and financial journalism.
Steffens, formerly news editor of the "View" section of the Los Angeles Times Orange County edition, is the new editor of The Quill.
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What made the difference in the final seconds was a single free throw from the Patriots' Klaire Steffens with 4.
Steffens Automotive has updated the G4 Elite for the Colorado & Canyon to the clamp-on installation method used on the G4 Elite for the new Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra.
Roger Steffens, the world's foremost authority on Bob Marley, would very much like to stand up for his rights - if he had room in his house.
Only three weeks after the launch of the "new" San Francisco Examiner, Executive Editor Marty Steffens resigned amid reports of high-level staff infighting and myriad signs of an organization in shambles.
Martha Steffens, the SABEW Chair in Business and Financial Journalism at the University of Missouri, said the grant helps SABEW to update its ethics code in light of changing technology and changing pressures on financial journalists.