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He is a New York journalist, and has nothing in common with the invaders.

In all this, the journalist of the future may find an honorable place.

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.

Anything might happen to put a journalist out of employment!

You needn't get into the dumps because you've failed to make good as a journalist.

"Ah, that accounts for it," murmured the journalist, without looking up.

"Give Mrs. Bowlder my regards," said the journalist, comprehending the symbolism.

"I'm glad to see you, Mr. Watts," said the journalist, cordially.

The journalist held in his hand the implements of their profession.

WORD ORIGIN

1690s, "one whose work is to write or edit public journals or newspapers," from journal + -ist. Meaning "one who keeps a journal" is from 1712. Related: Journalistic.

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