reporter


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reporter

1. a person, esp a barrister, authorized to write official accounts of judicial proceedings
2. a person authorized to report the proceedings of a legislature
3. (in Scotland) Social welfare an official who arranges and conducts children's panel hearings and who may investigate cases and decide on the action to be taken
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Seems to me I may have been a bit indiscreet in talking so much to that young reporter.
A small company of reporters, and several other men whose profession was not disclosed from their appearance, were on the spot to interview certain of the passengers.
It was this case which was to rank him as the leading newspaper reporter, and to obtain for him the reputation of being the greatest detective in the world.
The TV channel reporter was attacked over his bid to carry out his findings to International Court of Justice (ICJ), moving ICJ against the perpetuators; while the attacker often argued with the reporter for raising controversies at global forums, which could bring a bad name to Pakistan, even threatening the reporter with death, if the reporter did not cease his endeavors.
30, 2011, the Reporter is charged with raising $75,000 from new sources or in increased donations or revenue from existing sources.
ACCORDING TO THE SECOND National Survey of Higher Education Media, conducted in 2005 by the Education Writers Association, several roadblocks prevent reporters and editors from effectively covering higher ed.
So, in summary: blogger scoops reporter, reporter writes about scoop, scoops blogger back, blogger writes about reporter's scoop.
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press enthusiastically endorsed the opinion.
The reporter said a madam (unnamed) told him she had brought 70 hookers to meet the Michigan Boys.
No one even wants to make the connection between this fake reporter and the Administration's other attempts to distort the news through video press releases disguised as news stories and payoffs to Bush-friendly columnists.
CLR publises seven other law reporters, including Computer Law Reporter, Internet Law and Business and Chemical Waste Litigation Reporter.