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editor-at-large

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  • "It's really shortened the shelf life," says Mr. Dalzell, who is considered to be a real "big noise," or a very important person, among word whizzes like Jesse Sheidlower, editor-at-large at the Oxford English Dictionary.

    As Slang Changes More Rapidly, Expert Has to Watch His Language

  • The witnesses, ranging from Liza Minnelli and Anjelica Huston to Billy Joel and Nicky Halston, are a wild bunch, and the elegant André Leon Talley, the Vogue editor-at-large who looks like a 6ft 6in black version of Truman Capote, is hilarious.

    Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston – review

  • • Joy, meanwhile, at Prospect magazine, at the announcement that David Goodhart, the founder and editor-at-large, is to broaden his portfolio as a director of the thinktank Demos.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • The company also said Peggy Northrop is stepping down as global editor-in-chief of Reader's Digest magazine and will work in an advisory role as international editor-at-large focusing on the international magazine business.

    Meredith to Buy Rachael Ray Magazine

  • "The dazzling effects of fashion and the spin it puts on people's lives leads them to do things they'd never considered," said Pamela Fiori , editor-at-large for Hearst.

    Support For Rehab Centers

  • He continues to write for the GLBT press including being an editor-at-large for the LB/OC Blade.

    Charles Karel Bouley: Talking Through the New Depression

  • Sir Harold Evans, the long-time editor of the Sunday Times of London, has joined Thomson Reuters Corp. as editor-at-large of its news service, part of a broader effort by Reuters to raise its visibility.

    Reuters Hires Editor Harold Evans

  • Just before the 2008 election, Mark Halperin, an editor-at-large for Time magazine and co-author of the campaign classic "Game Change," was one of several speakers at a conference sponsored by Time and CNN in New York.

    Pursuing Palin

  • Amby Burfoot, an editor-at-large at Runners' World magazine, and Mary Wittenberg, the president and chief executive of New York Road Runners, which organizes the marathon, also offered their thoughts.

    A Bridge Under Troubled Runners

  • Mr. Halperin, a paid contributor and Time magazine editor-at-large who co-authored the best-selling book "Game Change" about the 2008 campaign, subsequently issued an on-air apology.

    Remark Leads to Analyst's Suspension

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