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They looked upon the world with the eye of the modern reporter.
The reporter has his hand upon it, and it is his grievous fault if he does not use it well.
And they wrote of it in the easy style of the trained reporter.
It will not be a lot of fun being a crime reporter in the capital for the foreseeable future.
Spotting birds in thick forest is a tantalising business and, for a reporter with dull senses, it tips towards the frustrating.
And they didn't say they told him a second reporter had been implicated.
For as long as they could get away with it, executives claimed the phone hacking was the doing of a rogue reporter.
Best thing you can do if a reporter starts writing science is to take it as mostly inaccurate or incomplete.
Our reporter spends a dark night with the living dead.
The reporter was talking to another reporter and neither one even showed the slightest bit of doubt about what they were saying.
TR should send an investigative reporter down there to get the scope.
These are the taboo topics that only a courageous reporter dare cover.
Perhaps you missed the reporter's sarcasm in presenting it.
Four are by career journalists-mostly newspaper editors and reporters, but only one a television reporter.
Coll has avoided a pitfall facing any reporter who is given access to secret government files.
Instead, he told the reporter that keeping enrollment high was more important than test scores.
Yet this book is not another rambling rehash of an intrepid reporter's notes.

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