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co-respondent

Law a person cited in divorce proceedings, who is alleged to have committed adultery with the respondent
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Before joining CNN in 1993, she was the chief Washington correspondent for The MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour and also served as the NBC News White House corespondent for five years.
Several additional Internet securities trading sites are in beta testing by corespondent brokerage firms, and in all more than 40 correspondents are planning to use the U.
Of GQ's political content he said: "Everyone has an ego and 10 years ago I spent six months courting Peter Mandelson to be our political corespondent and after many meetings I persuaded him.
WELL, I think your corespondent Peter Collins is very fond of picking on the Royal Family, with his silly comments about the Queen being clockwork ("Is there life yet in the dolls house of Windsor?
Our corespondent said the purpose of Monday's meeting was to discuss the post-amnesty programmes Yar'Adua came up with before falling sick.
IT would seem that your corespondent of February 25 may be confusing two already confused subjects in Northern Ireland and the WMD issue.
Simon Hoggart, wine corespondent for the Spectator magazine published by Kimberly Quinn, rejected the claims as 'bull***t'.
8% as compared to the quarter ended December 31, 1998, mainly explained by a decrease in lines from corespondent banks partly offset by a 45.
SO YOUR corespondent Reg Bott (Birmingham Mail, November 16) thinks "that Julie Kirkbride has been a very good MP over the years".
Jacky Rowland, Al Jazeera's corespondent in Jerusalem, said: "This move gives the Israeli army a lot of leeway to commit troops to this operation as and when they see fit.
First off was a corespondent who was in touch over an article we carried last Saturday.