chronicler : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n someone who writes chronicles
- Paul Dacre in guardian.co.uk
The phrase 'Fleet Street legend' could have been invented for Keith. But he was much more than that, he was a chronicler and brilliant observer of late 20th century life, whose characters became part of our national psyche,Dacre said. "It...
- President Felipe CalderÃ³n in New York Times
His literary and journalistic work is a necessary reference for understanding the richness and cultural diversity of Mexico,Mr. CalderÃ³n said in a statement. "He was a chronicler and witness for his era."
- Mike Milbury in CBC.ca
For more than half a century, CBC has brought hockey into living rooms across Canada with passion, insight and joy,said Milbury. "Hockey Night in Canada has been a chronicler and caretaker of the game and part of its history. To be...