Some articles on appeal, daily appeal, daily:
... The Nevada Appeal was first published in on May 16, 1865 as the Carson Daily Appeal ... It was renamed the Daily State Register in 1870 ... In 1872, the Register merged with the New Daily Appeal, which had been founded earlier in 1872 by the first editor of the original Daily Appeal, Henry Mighels, earlier in the year ...
Famous quotes containing the words appeal and/or daily:
“The appeal of the New Right is simply that it seems to promise that nothing will change in the domestic realm. People are terrified of change there, because its the last humanizing force left in society, and they think, correctly, that it must be retained.”
—Gerda Lerner (b. 1920)
“At first your mother said . . . why me! why me!
But she got over that. Now she enjoys
her dull daily care and her hectic bravery.
You do not love anyone. She is not growing a boy;
she is enlarging a stone to wear around her neck.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)