from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Pulitzer, Joseph 1847-1911. Hungarian-born American journalist and newspaper publisher who established and endowed the Pulitzer Prizes.
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- proper n. a Pulitzer Prize, an annual American award given for journalism, literature, and music
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- n. United States newspaper publisher (born in Hungary) who established the Pulitzer prizes (1847-1911)
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Now, granted that the Pulitzer is a prize given by journalists, and so they may have a stake in aggrandizing the newspaper reviewer, one of their own.
Read what they called Pulitzer Prize-winner Andres Oppenheimer and judge for yourself. '
You'll note that Boasberg (quite unbelievably) tries to label Pulitzer Prize-winning Times reporter Gretchen Morgensen a Romanoff stooge, and Boasberg refuses to answer whether he thinks it is appropriate for Bennet to have taken big campaign contributions from the banks that are profiting off the DPS deal.
Not that anybody praised the paper, that's a conditioned response whenever the Pulitzer is mentioned.
You've exhibited a fearlessness to tackle tough subjects which or "state MSM" seems to feel not worthy of pursuing, but-had they the mental grasp to understand their magnitude-could probably win Pulitzer's by covering ...
The Grawemeyer specifies a "large musical genre"; the Pulitzer is for a work "of significant dimension."
Reuters - Founded 134 years ago, The Washington Post newspaper is a byword for Pulitzer prize-winning political reporting.
Quick, someone call the Pulitzer Prize organization.
I mean, they call Pulitzer Prize-winning Sy Hersh’s well-researched report “wild speculation” on the same day they hold up Hiatt’s incoherent op-ed as validation.
She named names when she boasted of her conquests, and she named the Pulitzer Prize winner as one of her great disappointments.
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