But unlike many other detractors of the dismal errand into Iraq, Danner leavens his acid judgments with firsthand reporting.
But then I found out that Mann drew on firsthand advice from his buddies Igor Stravinsky and Arnold Schoenberg.
firsthand accounts from Sinjar paint a picture of withdrawal without a fight and without warning the local population.
The Tender Soldier conveys this based on firsthand experience and a balanced thoroughness.
He has firsthand knowledge of the pitfalls, and the heartbreak involved in the complex system.
He spoke from firsthand knowledge of the horrors committed by the Tartars.
You may have studied Europe from afar, but you do not know Italy firsthand.
The character of his comments makes it clear that he had a firsthand knowledge of the books that he cites.
The schools can give the students a firsthand knowledge of the various phases of library work, and this is important.
This was as an afterthought because I did not think of it firsthand.
also first-hand, first hand, 1690s, from the image of the "first hand" as the source or origin of something.