American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Reuter, Baron Paul Julius von 1816-1899. German-born British journalist who founded (1848) Reuter's, one of the first international news agencies.
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“Her friends Kaitlyn Ray and Juliana Bledsoe, both 18, who have been hooping for two and four years, respectively, admit that Reuter is the best hooper in their group.”
“Reuter is an analyst for NFLDraftScout. com, the scouting service of USA TODAY”
“Little Green Footballs's exposure of certain Reuter's photos as photoshopped has gotten the blogosphere in an uproar.”
“Behind Estes, Reuter is the Giants 'No. 2 pitcher.”
“Brian Reuter is Director of Product Realization at Guideline, Inc.”
“Rutters in comparatively modern times, but the German surname Reuter has nothing to do with a trooper.”
“When talking to Paschen, Yang referred to Reuter as "Miss Macy's" because Reuter worked at the department store.”
“The newspapers get the latest telegrams, such as Reuter's telegrams, just as other papers do, and there is a newspaper in Shanghai with a circulation of 60,000 a day.”
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