How to use Reporters in a sentence

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  • I suppose the calls of the stupid and curious, especially of newspaper reporters, are always inopportune.

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  • Each event is related in the words of eye-witnesses or contemporaries transmitted to the final narrator through a chain of intermediate reporters (rawis), each of whom passed on the original report to his successor.

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  • Often the same account is given in two or more slightly divergent forms, which have come down through different chains of reporters.

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  • He made himself exceedingly unpopular u1 1810 by bringing about the exclusion of strangers, including reporters for the press, from the House of Commons under the standing order, which led to the imprisonment of Sir Francis Burdett in the Tower and to riots in London.

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  • Because reporters have to be seen to be morally and politically correct, I cannot condone these actions.

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  • Failure to recognize this will only weaken the Department of Health's otherwise admirable attempt to report on the reporters.

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  • It is then submitted to a special commission of the Chamber of Deputies, elected for one year, who appoint a general reporter and one or more special reporters for each of the ministries.

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  • Later the reporters (rapporteurs) were admitted to judge these questions together with a certain number of members of the Parlement, and from 1 3 16 onwards these two kinds of member formed together a chambre des enquetes.

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  • He chose reporters, looked to the settingup of a printing-office, busied himself in all ways to Murray's great satisfaction, and, as fully appears from Dr Smiles's account of the matter, with extraordinary address.

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  • Have the cricket reporters in Australia forgotten Gregory and Macdonald bowling ferocious bouncers in Armstrong's Australian team of 1921?

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  • The spaceage manipulation who encouraged reporters of the more what was going on.

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  • But he should not miscalculate our resolve, " he told reporters on Friday.

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  • Funeral homes and reporters can log in and post obits, I've got search, paged news and RSS.

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  • These data also suggest that highly unstable expanded simple sequence repeats may act as sensitive reporters of genotoxic assault in the soma.

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  • The program culminated on 5 May 2002 with the budding reporters ' coverage of London Wasps ' match against Northampton Saints at Loftus Road.

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  • Our intrepid reporters go in search of these festivals, bringing their vivid experiences back to the pages of Songlines.

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  • I doubt whether these will be embraced by the hard-nosed tabloid reporters who stir up instant outrage over Turner Prize exhibitions.

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  • Verbatim speech-to-text reporters use a phonetic keyboard to provide a real-time transcript of the meeting on a computer monitor or projected onto a screen.

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  • Instead of truthful reporting, the agenda of advocacy journalism has sometimes made reporters highly selective, leading them to ignore inconvenient information.

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  • Report This Article Don't rush love will you WE reporters are pretty thick-skinned.

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  • The market reporters make some attempt to materialize the current gossip, and doubtless catch well enough the great movements in the ebb and flow of demand, but the sum of countless obscure transactions cannot be estimated.

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  • Arousing widespread repugnance, the disrespectful attitude of the reporters was widely condemned.

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  • Report This Article Do n't rush love will you WE reporters are pretty thick-skinned.

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  • One thing separating 4for4 from other sites is that most of its content is provided by professional football reporters.

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  • When the idea of a wedding was shot down, entertainment reporters started reporting that the two were on the rocks.

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  • They gained the attention of entertainment news reporters and tabloids for their nine year age difference.

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  • The old stand-by question for red carpet reporters is "Who are you wearing?"

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  • Over time, even when needled by reporters and the paparazzi, Lindsay and Samantha have kept mum on the status of their relationship - only making statements about how wonderful they think the other is.

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  • He has also said that he doesn't understand why reporters and photographers follow him around when he goes out and that this isn't something he enjoys about his sudden popularity.

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  • With research, you can also find news stories about authorities shutting down mills or reporters going undercover at a suspected mill.

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  • Given the nature of the Internet, there is an increased demand for video game writers and reporters.

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  • On your quest to save the world, you will also encounter arch-enemy reporters.

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  • Once such reporters is Pudding, a former teen pop star for a rival channel.

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  • When you meet these other reporters you have to fight them in order to continue.

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  • While playing married assassins unwittingly assigned to kill each other, they displayed an on-screen chemistry that led reporters to speculate the two were having an intimate relationship.

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  • In August 2005, she told reporters, "I definitely want to adopt.

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  • It's certainly one of the most intriguing highlights, for everyone from red carpet reporters to women eagerly awaiting a glimpse of their favorite actress - and hoping to glean some inspiration for themselves in the process.

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  • Oprah told reporters that she originally wanted to help 100 students successfully graduate, but as of 2004 her goal was to help 1,000 students make it through.

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  • This costume contest drew tourists and reporters, paving the way for the New Orleans Mardi Gras to become a world-wide phenomenon.

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  • Magazines lose advertising dollars, which means they have less to pay reporters and feature writers.

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  • Newspaper reporters can't be everywhere at once, so it's common for editors to rely on freelancers to help fill in the gaps.

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  • Most sports reporters begin by covering high school, college, or amateur sports teams.

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  • When reporters asked where was the Bigfoot found, the story the men told news reporters was that they had discovered the dead body along a creek.

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  • At a news conference, the two men, along with Bigfoot hunter Tom Biscardi, provided reporters a few photos that they said proved their claims were true.

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  • Local news reporters initially became aware of Matt Whitton in connection to a gunshot wound he had received.

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  • Soap Opera magazines will often have photographers and reporters on the scene who are looking for good quotes and snapshots.

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  • Reporters are busy, and most of them won't read more than a few sentences.

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  • Reporters are free to write the story, but it can't be published or appear on the air until the time specified on the release.

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  • When Rupert Murdoch, the chairman of the News Corp., made the official announcement the Fox Business Channel would be launched, he told reporters that his new venture would be "more business friendly than CNBC."

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  • L.A. Times reporters believed that Archuleta, who is a Mormon, skipped the first verse due to its opening agnostic lyric, ''Imagine there's no heaven."

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  • Reporters often confronted her about allowing the kids to be on the show, and her answer was either that she did not want to discuss it or that she just wanted people to get the truth about her life.

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  • Some reporters and media gurus have painted A and E Intervention in a negative light.

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  • As reality TV spoiler sites gain traction and readers, it soon becomes apparent which members and reporters are providing accurate information.

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  • However, as the years produced even more skilled blogger journalists, many bloggers started breaking news stories before the mainstream news reporters even realized what was happening.

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  • Ever since blogs gained traction as important sources of news for many people, bloggers have increased the stakes by jumping on top of major news stories long before mainstream reporters were even aware there was a story to be had.

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  • When reporters go to journalism school, they learn a number of skills and journalistic procedures that adds significantly to the professionalism and abilities of a mainstream journalist.

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  • These elite bloggers have a natural investigative ability, and a reporters' passion, that allows them to outperform even many of the best "professional" mainstream reporters.

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  • For example, in May of 2007, James MacPherson, editor of the Pasadena Now newspaper, decided it would be prudent to fire some of his full time reporters and hire writers from India for $7.50 an article.

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  • Pictures are swapped, tip-offs given and copy shared between newsdesks and reporters.

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  • Husband Marc Anthony recently told reporters, "I'm looking forward to starting a family."

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