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/ˈdʒɜr nl ɪst/
a person who practices the occupation or profession of
a person who keeps a
, diary, or other record of daily events.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Yet some of his experiments, by the
's account, were wantonly cruel.
Why not put on your citizen
derby, with the press card slipped into the brim band, and find out what happens.
Write a headline for the release, and make it good from the
's point of view.
It also has interesting ramifications for the citizen-
or the whistle-blower.
Before that she was a
and editor, writing about everything, except politics.
Friends, if a
is killed the news is also killed.
published something, they have a duty to ensure that it is accurate.
To capture them with photography is to defy their elusive state, to steal them to common ground, as is the
Those are a sound source and in no way inferior to the fallible impressions of a
's ear and eye.
He has also worked as a
, sports broadcaster and business entrepreneur.
British Dictionary definitions for
a person whose occupation is journalism
a person who keeps a journal
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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