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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JOURNALISTS

A Peerage, half composed of journalists, philosophers, and authors!

I counted more than ten of these men: they were journalists.

The girl (see her) knew what journalists were, and refused to spoon.

My God, these journalists do love to splash about in their emotions.

The nervous, hectic state of the journalists made him feel nervous too.

I should like to be, but you don't suppose we journalists get holidays of that sort!

Journalists received directions, articles and bribes from him.

Why should all questions be left to the politicians and the journalists?

In the corridor, early as it was, a dozen journalists were waiting.

Such were the vows and resolutions of the father of journalists.

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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