baquet

baquet (b·ketˑ),

n a wooden container filled with water, glass, and magnetized iron filings and iron rods protruding from it, which was used in group animal magnetism treatments. Patients simultaneously touch the rods to facilitate the flow of a healing magnetic energy among them. See also animal magnetism.
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And Baquet answered, "Yes, the simple answer is yes.
In an October 2016 interview with the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, Baquet admitted that the piece by his media reporter had nailed his own thinking.
Mekki, lui, a choisi de se battre contre le sinistre avec un simple baquet, pensant reussir la oo un Canadair n'y verrait que du feu.
Semi-side-note: The newspaper of note seems to have gained back journalistic life lately, spurred on by its stiff competition from the Washington Post: Is it too much to hope that a few years from now we might see a Dean Baquet vs.
En una amplia entrevista con la periodista Terry Gross, de la Radio Publica, el director ejecutivo del periodico, Dean Baquet, dijo que no le preocupa particularmente que Trump haya propuesto cambiar las leyes de difamacion para demandar con mayor facilidad a los medios.
Dean Baquet was a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for the Chicago Tribune and editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times before becoming executive editor at The New York Times in 2014.
The newspaper published a letter in Sunday's editions from publisher Arthur Sulzberger and executive editor Dean Baquet, not apologising, but thanking readers for their loyalty and asking how news outlets underestimated Trump's support.
In his new role, Sulzberger will report to publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr and work closely with him and other company leaders, including president and CEO Mark Thompson, executive editor Dean Baquet and editorial page editor James Bennet, on all facets of the business and news operations of The New York Times Company.
In 1988, my colleagues Dean Baquet and William Gaines and I were Pulitzer finalists for our investigation of corruption in the Chicago City Council.
Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson and Executive Editor Dean Baquet said in a Thursday staff memo.
Signatories include Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times, Michele Leridon, global news director of the Agence France-Presse (AFP), Shane Smith founder of VICE Media, Mario Calabresi, editor-in-chief of the La Stampa, Wolfgang Krach, joint editor-in-chief of the SE-ddeutsche Zeitung, David Remnick, editor of the New Yorker, Zaffar Abbas, editor of the Dawn and Martin Baron, executive editor of the the Washington Post.
The film is "the first critical, serious piece of journalism using virtual reality," and is designed "to shed light on one of the most dire humanitarian crises of our lifetime," New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet said in a statement Tuesday.