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Colbert

1. Claudette, real name Claudette Lily Chauchoin. 1905--96, French-born Hollywood actress, noted for her sophisticated comedy roles; her films include It Happened One Night (1934) and The Palm Beach Story (1942)
2. Jean Baptiste . 1619--83, French statesman; chief minister to Louis XIV: reformed the taille and pursued a mercantilist policy, creating a powerful navy and merchant fleet and building roads and canals
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Colbert and Stewart, who will be forever linked, accomplished much with their platforms.
But clearly he knows that he is introducing himself, the real Stephen Colbert, to his audience, and he's really putting a lot of attention on making sure that the show is still topical, is still relevant, still dealing with current events.
Colbert responded: "I like talking about people who don't have any power, and .
Afterwards, Stephen Colbert finally gave his own acceptance speech where he thanked Jon Stewart, his co-workers and his family for their love, support and patience.
Colbert said that despite Lane's alleged crime, he still wants her to have contact with their daughter.
While Sunyhillboy has hardly been sighted since the Grand National last year - he injured a leg during the race - Colbert Station boosted his reputation at Leopardstown and has been laid out for the big Aintree race by Walsh ever since winning over hurdles under McCoy at Punchestown in February.
The pervasiveness of the new Colbert brand, and his seeming enchantment of a young audience that is totally done with supercilious talking heads, hypocrites, and Hollywood sanctimony, has politicians lining up to be the targets of his sweet vituperations nearly every night.
The threat of the poor economy provided us the opportunity to change the way we do business, resulting in a focus on partnerships and an improved organization," Colbert said.
They promised they wouldn't do it," Colbert related from his New York office where he tapes his show.
Colbert offers clients a line on many of the emerging residential developments in the city.
The back-and-forth was humorous, but it took on serious undertones as Colbert sought to cast a spotlight on the declining attention paid to the 6-year-old war in Iraq.
Stephen Colbert of Comedy Central's "Colbert Report" TV news spoof took out after the Islamic Republic last week, but slipped in an endorsement of Now Ruz.