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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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Nancy grew up with Colbert Packaging and the industry, and she has always remained passionate about ensuring the company's success," said Hamilton.
First in the line of Colbert's questioning was Schiff, who successfully avoided leaking any key details or embarrassing himself on late night television.
In honor of Titanic's 20th anniversary, Kate Winslet revisited her time on The Ship of Dreams with Stephen Colbert on the Late Show.
And few have benefitted from this as visibly as Colbert.
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The question here is whether the "Stephen Colbert" from the Colbert Report is sufficiently delineated to be easily separable and separately recognizable from Stephen Colbert the performer.
"Oh, man, I will - how long do we have?" Colbert joked.
The Mark Andy P5 label press joins the company's narrow web folding carton press, a nine-color flexo press, an additional pressure sensitive label press, multiple label inspection machines, folder-gluers and other finishing equipment, in Colbert's 45,000 square foot flexographic printing facility.
Colbert's a pro at chatting up interesting characters.
Since his show spun off from Stewarts in 2005, Colbert's fictional/real-world hybrid persona coined a Merriam-Webster word of the year ("truthiness"), formed his own actual super PAC (Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow) and launched a bid for the presidency in 2008, polling ahead of a number of Democrat also-rans.
Colbert is bringing his creative team from "The Colbert Report'' with him to CBS, and has said that he will no longer play the character of a blowhard political talk host that he perfected on the Comedy Central show.
Colbert could have been writing our editorials for us, said the staffer who recommended him as person of the year.