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  • 61 John Roderick (correspondent) — Infobox Person name = John Roderick birth date = birth date|1914|9|15 birth place = Waterville, Maine, United States death date = death date and age|2008|3|11|1915|1|30 death place = Honolulu, Hawaii, United States occupation = Author and… …

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  • 62 foreign correspondent — noun a journalist who sends news reports and commentary from a foreign country for publication or broadcast • Hypernyms: ↑correspondent, ↑newspaperman, ↑newspaperwoman, ↑newswriter, ↑pressman * * * noun : a correspondent employed to send from a… …

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  • 63 David Willis, BBC Correspondent — David Willis was born in London in 1960. CareerWillis entered journalism after college as a cub reporter on the Hertfordshire Mercury newspaper and joined the BBC in 1983. After spells in local radio and regional television, he moved to London to …

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  • 64 From Our Own Correspondent — Infobox Radio Show show name = From our own Correspondent imagesize = caption = The image used by the BBC iPlayer to identify the World Service edition of the programme. other names = FOOC format = Current affairs runtime = 30 minutes country =… …

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  • 65 People's correspondent — People s Correspondents, are a kind of amateur proletarian journalists who have filed reports from the frontlines about the march toward communism since the early years of the Soviet Union. Originally initiated by Vladimir Lenin as a tool for… …

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  • 66 Hamburgischer Correspondent — Kopf des Hamburgischen Correspondenten aus dem Jahr 1732 Der Hamburgische Correspondent war die erste in Hamburg regelmäßig erscheinende Tageszeitung. Geschichte Der Verleger der Zeitung war Hermann Heinrich Hollen aus Schiffbek. Von 1712 bis… …

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  • 67 Foreign Correspondent — may refer to:*Foreign correspondent (journalism) * Foreign Correspondent (film), an Alfred Hitchcock film * Foreign Correspondent (TV program), an Australian current affairs programme …

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  • 68 James Reynolds (correspondent) — James Reynolds (born 1974) is part of the BBC s Beijing bureau, where he has served as Beijing Correspondent since November 2006.cite web|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/from our own correspondent/6278515.stm|title=Taking the train to a …

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  • 69 Peter Lloyd (ABC correspondent) — Peter Lloyd (born 1967) was the South Asia correspondent for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Based in New Delhi, Lloyd reported for the Australian national broadcaster across all national and international radio and television news and… …

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  • 70 Mark Simpson (Ireland correspondent) — Mark Simpson is a journalist who has been the BBC s Ireland Correspondent since summer 2008.[1] Contents 1 Career 2 Personal life 3 References …

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  • 71 string correspondent — noun : a news correspondent who is paid space rates * * * stringer (def. 6). * * * string correspondent, U.S. 1. a part time or local correspondent for a newspaper or magazine. 2. a newspaper correspondent paid on the basis of linage …

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  • 72 Foreign Correspondent (TV program) — Infobox Television show name = Foreign Correspondent caption = Foreign Correspondent opening titles genre = Documentary creator = director = developer = presenter = starring = theme music composer = opentheme = endtheme = composer = country = AUS …

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  • 73 Ben Wright (BBC Political Correspondent) — Ben Wright was born in Birmingham and attended King Edward VI Five Ways school. He read Modern History at St Peter s College at the University of Oxford, before going on to pursue a career in broadcast journalism.Prior to being appointed a BBC… …

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  • 74 Foreign Correspondent — Correspondant 17 Correspondant 17 Titre original Foreign Correspondent Réalisation Alfred Hitchcock Acteurs principaux Joel McCrea Laraine Day …

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  • 75 Community correspondent — A community correspondent, also known as a rural correspondent or country correspondent, is someone who produces a regular column on community events, places and people for publication in their local typically weekly newspaper. The writer is… …

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  • 76 lobby correspondent — noun A reporter on parliamentary affairs • • • Main Entry: ↑lobby * * * lobby correspondent UK US noun [countable] [singular lobby correspondent plural lobb …

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  • 77 string correspondent — Stringer String er (str[i^]ng [ e]r), n. 1. One who strings; one who makes or provides strings, especially for bows. [1913 Webster] Be content to put your trust in honest stringers. Ascham. [1913 Webster] 2. A libertine; a wencher. [Obs.] Beau. & …

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  • 78 The Correspondent — was a publication produced at Harvard University (with no official connection to the university) between 1961 and 1965 with articles and opinion on foreign and defense policy of the U.S. by critics and academics sympathetic to the peace movement …

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  • 79 Mathematical Correspondent — The Mathematical Correspondent was the first American specialized scientific journal [1] and the first American mathematics journal, established in 1804, under the editorial guidance of George Baron. The journal published an essay by Robert… …

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  • 80 Sarah Wilson (war correspondent) — Lady Sarah Wilson during the Siege of Mafeking during the Second Boer War. Lady Sarah Isabella Augusta Wilson (1865 1929), was the youngest daughter of John Spencer Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough and Lady Frances Anne Emily Vane, aunt of… …

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