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editorial

adjective analytical, critical, editing, elucidatory, enlightening, explanatory, explicatory, expositive, expository, illustrative, journalistic, reportorial, technical
Associated concepts: law review, plain language
See also: review
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For the editorialist, the multiplication of UN officials' visits to Morocco shows the pertinence of Morocco's choice to honor its international commitments, and interact positively with the UN system human rights mechanisms.
The editorialists at the Calgary Herald tell us that when this is raised in parliament the "matter will die there.
And who except a group of former editorialists would think that the Aspers have dramatically reduced the diversity of public debate in Canada?
The editorialists emphasize that circumcision itself does not protect against cervical cancer: The protective effect relates only to a reduction in the likelihood of genital infection with oncogenic HPV in men.
French editorialists had penned columns questioning whether Barnes was innocent, and the mayor of Paris even traveled to Texas to meet him.
After the summit ended in bureaucratic and municipal disarray, a phalanx of media editorialists held forth against the demonstrators, suggesting they stick to tree hugging and community organizing while the weighty matters of global trade and the fate of the earth is resolved by the world's better-informed professional realists.
Television commentators and newspaper editorialists and columnists affect a knowing style and tone designed to foster credibility and an aura of certitude--or what might be called authoritative ignorance--as expressed in remarks like "How will this situation end?
I would like to think that the accompanying spectacle--in which editorialists have solemnly pondered what this movie might tell us about sexual harassment--must have represented a temporary overflow of credulity, brought on by the annual debate over the ontological status of Santa Claus.
The editorialists oppose taxes not only because they take from the rich but because they reduce the amount the poor have left to turn over to the rich.
On the basis of the moon landing, the editorialists at the New York Times thought that the "last two weeks of July 1969" might be "the most revolutionary and significant fortnight of the entire twentieth century.
Home-town editorialists should be critical of defense
Liberal editorialists went ballistic, blaming the increase on everything from "uncaring" politicians, to Pentagon spending, to Ronald Reagan.