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chronicle
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  • There’s a picture of it in the Chronicle today.
  • Is there? I did glance through the Chronicle.
  • On the desk before her lay the rotogravure section of the Sunday Chronicle.
  • He had not read much of Austen Heller, but he knew that Heller was the star columnist of the Chronicle, a brilliant, independent newspaper, arch-enemy of the Wynand publications; that Heller came from an old, distinguished family and had graduated from Oxford; that he had started as a literary critic and ended by becoming a quiet fiend devoted to the destruction of all forms of compulsion, private or public, in heaven or on earth; that he had been cursed by preachers, bankers,
  • I had never expected to see the day or the issue when I would be forced to say—as I say now—that I stand on the side of Gail Wynand," wrote Austen Heller in the Chronicle.

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