Fort Worth Star

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Larry C. Price
... Prize in Spot News Photography while a photojournalist at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram ... He then worked on the news staff at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram ... In 1983, he left Fort Worth for The Philadelphia Inquirer to work as a photojournalist and later director of photography ...
Worth (magazine)
... Worth is an American wealth management magazine for high net worth individuals ... It is published on a bi-monthly basis and circulated to over 110,000 recipients ...
Mike Murdock - Life
... The Fort Worth Star-Telegram alleged that Murdock exaggerates his accomplishments and that he would have written an average of 300 songs per year based on his claims ... according to unofficial data kept on those groups' Web sites." In 2003, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram ran a series about Murdock giving association (donor-raised) money to select family members ... The next year the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported "he has started a church and the law allows him to keep his financial records behind closed doors." In ...
Worth (magazine) - Distribution
... Worth is mailed to a proprietary high net worth database of 110,000 households in major markets, including Manhattan, Westchester County, Fairfield County, Connecticut, Boston, the ... Worth recipients have a net worth of $2 million or greater and an interest in financial subject matter ...
Worth, Kent
51.2563°N 1.3472°E / 51.2563 1.3472 Worth Worth OS grid reference TR336561 District Dover Shire county Kent Region South East Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post ... hero Horatio Hornblower was born in the village of Worth, according to Hornblower's biographer Cyril Northcote Parkinson, on 4 July 1776 ... varied in the 18th Century from Word or Worde to Worth ...

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