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United States writer and leading exponent of transcendentalism (1803-1882)

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Also, Edward L (Ed) Monser will remain president of Emerson and continue to manage the company's international business development and growth strategies and global shared service organisations.
In relation to the construction of an Emerson engaged in reimagining the public sphere, each addresses one of two broad topics.
These four essays function less as classics and more to provide a prehistory for thinking of Emerson as a student of the public sphere.
Breaking the mold of seeing American literature within its national context, Barry Tharaud has collected twenty essays that examine Emerson from a transnational point of view.
Train, president of Emerson Process Management Asia Pacific, will become president of Rosemount and return to the U.
Harry Emerson Fosdick, "The Unknown Soldier," in Secrets of Victorious Living (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1934), 88-98.
Emerson is talking about growth for small towns and resource industries.
Emerson came to maturity as the novus ordo seclorum established by the Founding Fathers was itself maturing, and became its most characteristic spiritual voice.
The prose of Bergen, Emerson, Dershowitz, and Pipes avoids the problems of Orwell's time--jargon, long words, passive tense, pretentious diction.
Chief among the accomplishments of A Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson is the book's effective relocation of Emerson within the major literary, historical, and cultural contexts of nineteenth-century American life.
DENVER - Never mind tonight's Game 7, the Kings and Colorado might still be playing Game 6 if not for a sparkling defensive play by Nelson Emerson in the third minute of double overtime on Sunday.
These important figures have long lived in the shade of Emerson, Thoreau, Whitman, Hawthorne, and Melville, in part because we continue to judge mid-nineteenth-century writers and intellectuals by aesthetic criteria.
Bob Emerson was working as an electrician in a power plant when a co-worker 4 feet away accidentally touched a "live" electrical contact.
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Winger Nelson Emerson missed his second full game Saturday night with a concussion but is expected to be back Thursday night against Buffalo.