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…Ţara (The Country) was a magazine from the Republic of Moldova founded on August 15, 1990 as a newspaper of the Popular Front of Moldova. Ţara was the successor of Deşteptarea. Ştefan Secăreanu was the editor in chief and Sergiu Burcă was the deputy editor in chief (1990-1994).

…Şcoala (School) was a magazine from Czernowitz, Austria-Hungary, founded in 1907 by George Tofan.

… child. On the invitation of Kan Kikuchi, she came to Tokyo in 1926, where she began to work as a magazine reporter. Whilst working as a waitress in Osaka she began to write serious fiction, in around 1929. Ota worked her way into the literary…

…Étaix was born in 1928 in Roanne, France. He was trained as a designer and introduced to the art of stained glass by Théodore-Gérard Hanssen. He settled in Paris where he worked as a magazine illustrator while performing in cabarets and…

… publication of a magazine, The Odinist, although this focused to a greater extent on right-wing and racialist ideas than theological ones. Stephen McNallen first founded the Viking Brotherhood in the early 1970s, before creating the Ásatrú…

… a relaunch of the magazine, this time published by Europress Impact. Issue 91 of Zzap!64 would become issue 1 of Commodore Force, a magazine that itself lasted until March 1994. Special issues in digital format were later made in March 2002 and July 2005, the latter celebrating the 20th anniversary of its creation and included with issue 18 of Retro Gamer.

Zug has written an obituary on a South African communist; a review of a travel book on Siberia; a magazine article on the last player of an obscure racquet sport; an essay on Quaker education; an appreciation for Doris Lessing’s forgotten…

… a reporter and helped launch the trend-setting Asian programme Eastern Eye. In the early 1980s, he was among the founders of Inquiry, a magazine of ideas and policy focusing on Muslim countries, which played a major part in promoting…

Zero was the name of a magazine founded in 1957 by Heinz Mack that ceased publication in 1967. Manifestos were often published in association with the shows, such as “Zero 1” (1958), “Zero 2” (1958), and “Zero 3” (1961). These included…

… form of a magazine, the Zenith Digest, was sent out primarily to transgender women and service providers in Vancouver, Vancouver Island, and the Okanagan as a part of membership. The digest aimed to reach governmental departments,…

Zenbu Media and Techistry, the founders of Zendition, possess over 6o years of combined print media and software development experience. Zendition is a way to transform a magazine or any other similar kind of printed product into an electronic edition that maintains true-to-print look and feel.

Zeman was born in Englewood, New Jersey, the daughter of Rita Zeman-Rohlman, a magazine supervisor, and Richard S. Zeman, a systems engineer. She grew up in Bergenfield, New Jersey and completed her high school studies at age 15 at…

Zaleski was a member of the secret patriotic organisation Związek Wolnych Polaków (1821); a participant of the November Uprising (1830-1831); a deputy of the Sejm (during the November Uprising 1830-1831); the co-founder (with Mickiewicz) of the religious brotherhood Towarzystwo Braci Zjednoczonych; and co-editor of a magazine, Nowa Polska.

Zalamea began his early career as a journalist. His first job in journalism was with the La Razon newspaper. By 1959, Zalamea had been promoted to the editor of La Semana. A strong proponent of freedom of the press, Zalamea operated a

Yuri Ivask started publishing poetry in 1929, occasionally using pseudonyms (B. Afanasyevsky, G. Issako, A.B.), mostly in Put, a magazine founded by Nikolai Berdyaev, who exerted a major influence upon him, as well as Georgy Fedotov.

… websites: YCteen (formerly called New Youth Connections), a general interest magazine for urban teens; and Represent (formerly Foster Care Youth United), a magazine written by and for young people in foster care. Hundreds of stories and lessons by teens in the program are also available on the organization’s websites.

YourTradingEdge (YTE) began as a customer newsletter for the Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) in 1997. SFE then began professionally publishing it as a magazine.

Your Commodore was a magazine for the Commodore range of computers, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, and Commodore PC range.

… team can do something on this and make television interesting again. Believing TV shows should not be confined in the traditional framework. ‘A single sheet of paper could be a magazine, so why must TV be on TV?’ And hence, he started the TV website, TV Most.

Young’s father also died in 1759. In 1761 Young went to London and the following year started a magazine entitled The Universal Museum. It ran to five numbers, edited by Young, who recruited William Kenrick, just out of King’s Bench…

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