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someone whose job is to report the news for a newspaper, magazine, radio programme, or television programme
someone whose job is to be in charge of a newspaper or magazine
someone whose job is to write articles or make broadcasts about events in the news
a journalist who writes a regular series of articles for a particular newspaper or magazine
a newspaper or television reporter, especially one who deals with a particular subject or area
a man who is a journalist
someone whose job is to write articles in a newspaper or magazine giving their opinion about a new play, book, art exhibition etc
journalists and photographers who work for newspapers or news magazines: can be followed by a singular or plural verb
a business that provides newspapers and television stations with news from around the world
all the journalists in a particular place or at a particular event
a description of an economic or political situation based on analysis of information at the present time
a woman in stories who has magic powers. A man with magic powers is usually called a wizard.
an unregulated form of capitalism that features financial deregulation, privatisation and low tax for high earners
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