American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Brinkley, David 1920-2003. American radio and television news broadcaster. During his career with the National Broadcasting Company (1943-1981), he served as co-anchor of their nightly newscast (1956-1970). In 1981, he joined the American Broadcasting Company as a political commentator.
“At the same time, just like I don't care who Joe the Plumber endorses, I also don't really care who Christie Brinkley is likely to vote for. posted by Michelle @ 9: 39 PM, comments”
“At the same time, just like I don't care who Joe the Plumber endorses, I also don't really care who Christie Brinkley is likely to vote for. posted by Michelle @ 9: 39 PM,”
“Even though Christie Brinkley is now free from that jerk, I don't think I'll be writing to her to hook up.”
“Turns out the guy in the videos, Dannion Brinkley, is for real.”
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“Brinkley is a notably steady thinker whose historian's code of ethics assures adherence to supremely reasoned evidence.”
“Brinkley is a historian at Tulane, but this book is a work of journalism.”
“Douglas Brinkley is director of the Eisenhower Center and a professor of history at the University of New Orleans.”
“He is not necessarily easy to know, and his actions are not necessarily easy to predict, but in Brinkley's view he is a conscientious and thoughtful man, adept at seeing all sides of an issue and taking decisive action.”
“It reads easily and the hero/superhero David Brinkley is likable enough (despite the misogynistic aspects) but he’s also not too sticky sweet and perfect, he seems very three-dimensional.”
“A well - known divorce attorney calls the Brinkley-Cook case "a freak show.”
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