Examples of publisher in a Sentence
He submitted the manuscript to publishers of children's books.
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Erin Kirkland is author of the Alaska On the Go guidebook series and publisher of AKontheGO.com, a family travel resource.
This year's campaign will be led by honorary co-chairs, Dr. Brian Harte, president of Cleveland Clinic Akron General and Jim Porter, publisher of Gatehouse Media Ohio.
The University of Missouri Board of Curators voted unanimously Thursday to name a dormitory for the late journalist Lucile Bluford, former publisher of the Kansas City Call newspaper.
In the following weeks, the then-publisher of the Arizona Republic newspaper and a number of other women also complained about inappropriate behavior and comments by Shooter.
The fledgling Evening Tribune was founded in 1895 to protect San Diegans from what its publishers saw as a public-financing boondoggle -- a raid on taxpayers' pockets by a private company.
The young patriot named in the State of the Union even coincidentally shares a name with the man who started the movement in the late 19th century, Daniel Sharp Ford, the publisher of The Youth’s Companion magazine.
But talking to any of the people in the field about tiny houses and homelessness leads pretty quickly to a surprising expert on the subject: Tracy Baim, editor and publisher of the Windy City Times.
Streep most recently appeared in Steven Spielberg's film The Post, portraying legendary Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham's fight to publish the Pentagon Papers.
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