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  • But go ahead, "Bart": A pulitzer is waiting for you.

    Balkinization

  • Have you read Powers's pulitzer prize winning book?

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • She is 38 years old, has already won a pulitzer prize and was in Europe promoting her brilliant new book on the UN diplomat who was killed in Bagdad a few years ago

    Hillary: Obama Camp Tells Americans One Thing, Foreigners Another

  • Samantha Power is a woman with her own pulitzer prize and an impressive knowledge of international affairs, who also has first-hand knowledge of Clinton campaign tactics.

    Report: Obama Adviser Calls Hillary A "Monster"

  • He's been advised by a pulitzer-prize winning scholar on AIDS and genocide in Africa.

    Quote Of The Day

  • Power is incredibly accomplished -- a pulitzer-prize winning author and Harvard professor, and it had been predicted that someone with her strengths would be brought back into the fold after the election.

    Samantha Power Returns to Obama Team

  • I understand that these poor, unknowing souls aren't exactly given pulitzer prize winning dialogue to work with.

    old maid ain't just a card game

  • But the thing is someone has to nominate you and has to write an essay on your work ethic and it has to be pulitzer prize material er some crap like that.

    badbadzoot Diary Entry

  • And our regular guests will be Senators George Mitchell and Bob Dole and pulitzer prize winner Bob Woodward.

    CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2004

  • Dan Neil journalism mark that used to mean "end of story". nowadays, sadly, in newsrooms around the country it means someone is retiring, taking a buyout, or being let go. it's nice that in this case it simply means a pulitzer prize winner is being lured away by deeper pockets and a situation which would allow him to be on tv.

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