American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Trudeau, Pierre Elliott 1919-2000. Canadian prime minister (1968-1979 and 1980-1984) whose administration was marked by efforts to contain the French separatist movement in Quebec and by the Constitution Act of 1982, which granted Canada full independence.
“GARRY TRUDEAU (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post) "It was inspired by an Air Force NCO I met a couple years ago," Trudeau tells Comic Riffs.”
“Behind their hands, federal Liberals are questioning if this Trudeau is the father's son or only a shooting star made visible by reflected light.”
“His press secretary said Trudeau is a political intellectual who can talk off the top of his head about any political situation in the world.”
“Although a New Yorker, Trudeau is practically a hometown boy in Cowtown because his syndicate Universal Uclick and publisher, Andrews McMeel, are based there.”
“To mark four decades of the strip, Garry Trudeau is out with a hefty new collection called "40: A Doonesbury Retrospective.”
“The Toronto Star asked Pierre's son, Justin Trudeau, to review the second book of his father's biography.”
“One time, during a screening of Rochelle, Rochelle at Cannes, and against my better judgment, I allowed Kevin Trudeau to place inferior quality promotional ball point pens in ze gift bag.”
“Trudeau is now on to his eighth president, who turns out to be one of his hardest.”
“Seems to me Trudeau is entering For Better or For Worse territory and letting his personal sentiments about his characters drive their stories.”
“In a recent poll for Canwest News, Justin Trudeau finished first in candidates that Canadians would most like to see as Liberal leader, albeit with only 16% of the popular vote, scoring across all age groups, from 18-55.”
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