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Pulitzer

Joseph. 1847--1911, US newspaper publisher, born in Hungary. He established the Pulitzer prizes

Pulitzer

awards made in letters, music, and journalism. [Am. Hist.: Wheeler, 824]
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recommended to Pulitzer's son Ralph that the Pulitzer Trophy Race be turned into an annual closed-course speed competition.
Today, the Lilly Pulitzer brand she created circa 1959 is one of four operating units of Oxford Industries Inc.
Lilly Pulitzer designs and distributes apparel and accessories for women, children and men.
Pulitzer describes JG as a "knockabout street guy," "involved in crime for 60 years.
I'd like to build the Pulitzer Library and hotel in Fairhope; however, if I locate an investor that wants this asset built in a larger market, well, my bags will be packed and ready to go," Pulitzer concluded.
The closing took place in 20 days, according to Pulitzer, who added that the buyer purchased the home, sight-unseen, but it had been on the market for 10 months before selling.
Pulitzer worked indefatigably and simultaneously burrowed his way into local politics.
Joseph Pulitzer never expressed any religious views and appears to have been a confirmed skeptic.
Pulitzer will manage PDE's Broker Training and Professional Development Programs, supervising groups of new agents and recruiting new hires.
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Wright, best known for the play and film Quills, received the Pulitzer for his current Broadway hit, I Am My Own Wife.
It has the air of a spiritual retreat: refined, serene, and inward-looking; a place for solitary contemplation of twentieth-century masterworks from the Pulitzer collection, which is open by appointment two days a week.