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The old newspapers were called that, and there were criers that went from town to town singing the news, like in Robin Hood.
The criers of cold white tears (which eventually become snowflakes) believe that SAT scores, standardized tests and employment recommendations are being rejected to allow blacks and Latinos to erase Caucasians from achieving the American dream.
The criers weren’t stigmatized or diminished in the eyes of those who witnessed.
As St. Olaf President David Anderson was meeting with the students, other protesters interrupted and, like town criers, read aloud an 11-page list of demands that were a looking glass into the dynamic of academic entitlement.
Breslin was to Queens Boulevard what Runyon was to Broadway — columnist, confessor and town crier, from the Pastrami King to Red McGuire’s saloon.
Moner is already one of the great criers of recent screen history.
In her interview with Erin Andrews, Emma cops to being an easy crier.
Rosebrooks is the former president of Putnam Business Association and is a philanthropist, social activist and town crier who is always committed to the community.
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