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Earlier this month the New York Times announced that Jill Abramson will become the first woman to serve as its executive editor starting in September.
The term benevolent compassion puzzled Noam Cohen, executive editor of Inside.com and a former copy editor at the New York Times.
“Whenever we edit a new edition of one of our dictionaries,” says Joe Pickett, executive editor of American Heritage, “we consider which words we should delete.”
"Teams very rarely in the first few rounds are going to take a player that they don't think they have a realistic chance to sign," said Jim Callis, executive editor of Baseball America.
His writing has appeared in theNew York Times, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone , and theNew Republic , and he was the executive editor ofGeorge magazine.