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press corps


  1. a group of journalists representing various publications who regularly cover the same beat:

    the White House press corps.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of press corps1

First recorded in 1935–40

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Example Sentences

There are a few types of lawmakers in Washington who are reliably popular with the press corps.

From Time

To what extent that’s the result of a cunning public-relations strategy, a blinkered press corps or genuine differences in the companies’ products and policies depends on whom you ask.

According to Becker, Webb developed “a loner’s mystique within the press corps.”

The line of questioning is a regular ritual conducted between Sen. Dianne Feinstein and the press corps.

The phenomenon of the shrinking press corps has been underway for some time, decades even.

At the last conclave to select a new pope, the “Vaticanista” press corps touted him as one of the leading candidates.

Five years later the ADD of the political press corps has only deepened.

But that was not at all how this chubby foreigner was celebrated by a contemporary mid-century Washington press corps.

Secondly, I believe that Oswald himself had declined to talk to some other press persons of the American press corps.





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