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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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Astfel, isi gaseste corespondent in definirea generala a tulburarilor alimentare.
A source for the DOC said to NINA corespondent : "The force operating in that area carried out a security crackdown in Hamrin hills northeast of Baquba.
NBC senior figures will bill this job to Pippa as a special corespondent in 2013," an NBC source told The Sunday Mirror.
Obviously we knew we were working in a dangerous environment but that is part and parcel of being a war corespondent," he said.
Outside the compound of the Military Intelligence Directorate, hit by one of the morning explosions, a weeping corespondent on state-run TV showed graphic footage of at least five corpses, collected in sacks and under blankets by the side of the road.
According to David Sanger, The New York Times' Washington corespondent, Obama found himself, "often torn between idealism and pragmatism.
Michael Binyon, a former Moscow corespondent for The Times, cautioned that Lukashenko still had support, despite the protests.
Kevin O'Malley is a sports corespondent with the Telegram & Gazette.
Zhao Yan, correspondent from the Beijing Bureau of the New York Times was arrested last September as was the corespondent of the Straights Times.
Radio Five Live's Matthew Banister will talk to BBC war corespondent Rageh Omaar about his book on the Iraq conflict, 'Revolution Day', as well as talking to former Civil service press officer Martin Sixsmith and the Queen's former press secretary, Michael Shea.
The only evidence he could produce was Mrs Briginshaw's admission that she had kissed the co-respondent and hearsay evidence that a friend of Mr Briginshaw's sister had been told in confidence by the corespondent that he and Mrs Briginshaw had engaged in sexual intercourse.