Origin of journalist
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Examples from the Web for journalist
I was a journalist in New York City for the last of his three gubernatorial terms, a little more.Mario Cuomo: An OK Governor, but a Far Better Person
January 2, 2015
“He literally went underground to hold services,” Moscow-based dissident and journalist Victor Davidoff said in an email.Remembering the Russian Priest Who Fought the Orthodox Church
December 28, 2014
On December 16th, the journalist Barrett Brown will be sentenced before a judge in Dallas, Texas.Sentencing Looms for Barrett Brown, Advocate for “Anonymous”
Kevin M. Gallagher
December 15, 2014
Gopal, a journalist who covered the war, gives a devastating account of how the conflict was astoundingly mishandled.The Best Nonfiction Books of 2014
December 14, 2014
The most recent raid was actually the second attempt to free Somers, a journalist taken in Yemen 15 months ago.Did U.S. Policy Get Luke Somers Killed?
December 6, 2014
He is a New York journalist, and has nothing in common with the invaders.In the Midst of Alarms
In all this, the journalist of the future may find an honorable place.The Call of the Twentieth Century
David Starr Jordan
He's a journalist, and a journalist can only work when he's excited.
A journalist is a man without beliefs and almost without hope.
You needn't get into the dumps because you've failed to make good as a journalist.
- a person whose occupation is journalism
- a person who keeps a journal
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Word Origin and History for journalist
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