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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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"TIFF is thrilled to honour his extraordinary talent with the inaugural TIFF Ebert Director Award."
"You can imagine my dismay when I read auditor's reports indicating the company was run as a kleptocracy,' and that, between you, you allegedly pocketed 97 percent of Hollinger's profits," Ebert wrote in an open letter to Black and his partner in crime, publisher David Radler, in 2004.
A mobile application called "Yezina", (That's enough) will be launched as part of this campaign, organised by Academy of the Future under the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, in partnership with the Tunisian Association of Democratic Women (ATFD) and the international association of students in economics and business, Tunis section, she said at a press conference in Tunis.
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.
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.
Pilotte took C doubles (76) by 17 over Ebert. Prudden won D doubles (79) by two over Christensen.
In his role, Ebert is to focus on government contracts, mergers & acquisitions, risk management and internal investigations.
Designer Ebert, with a significant input from Trump himself, has carved a masterpiece atop these hallowed crags of Ayrshire coastline.
"I make sure that Roger is incorporated into the festival," now in its 18th year, Chaz Ebert says.
Presented with an opening chapter entitled "Godchild," those familiar with Ebert's religious upbringing may expect an account of his childhood; instead, the author traces Ebert's influences as a film critic, most critically Pauline Kael and Andrew Sarris.
Roger Ebert, though--with the help of Kael and Sarris, of course--changed all that.