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the group of people who regularly write about subjects in the news or discuss them on television
informal someone who has a lot of knowledge
someone who has a particular skill or who knows a lot about a particular subject
someone who is considered an expert in a particular subject
someone whose training, education, or experience makes them an expert in a particular subject
an expert or a professional person whose job is to give help and advice on a particular subject
someone who has special skills and qualifications
someone who is well educated and interested in art, science, literature, etc. at an advanced level
someone whose opinions are broadcast or published because they know a lot about a particular subject
someone who is an expert in a subject, and is often asked to talk to the public about that subject
the action of deliberately dropping your microphone at the end of a speech or performance to show you think it was so good that nothing better could follow it
a type of thin flat Mexican bread that is often rolled or folded and filled with cheese, beans,...
moving with rhythm, together as one
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