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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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In a New York Times op-ed piece, Ward Connerly, the infamous black anti-affirmative action activist (who calls himself an "advocate against racial preference"), attacked the local bookstore as "the last bastion of segregation in America," when he discovered his book had been placed in the "African-American Interest" section, rather than in the general "New Releases," "Politics and Government" or "Autobiography and Biography" categories.
By now most of you have received an op-ed piece from Rep.
In more careful code, the same purgative medicine was prescribed in a New York Times op-ed piece by Peter R.
Most of these issues were anticipated when the concept of multiple busways was first suggested in an op-ed piece in the Daily News in 1996, followed by the adoption into the Regional Transportation Plan for a comprehensive 40-plus-mile busway system throughout the Valley, grade separated from the rest of the traffic.
Brookings Institution senior research analyst Parag Khanna authored an op-ed piece for the December 6, 2003 New York Times proposing ways to make the world body function more efficiently.
Nations go to war over oil, but there are substitutes for oil," Senator Paul Simon writes in an op-ed piece in the New York Times.
In his op-ed piece, Schardt stated that the "pitfall" memo "was not prompted by any groundswell of reports alleging that Mr.
Cruise has never suffered from postpartum depression,'' she wrote in an op-ed piece published Friday in The New York Times.
In a December 6, 1992 New York Times op-ed piece entitled "Reluctant Heroes," Elaine Sciolino (CFR) quoted the Helman-Ratner article and echoed their UN-as-trustee thesis.
In a February 4 USA Today op-ed piece, Copps warned radio, TV, and cable executives that "continued intransigence"--failure to slap industry-wide restrictions on "sexual material, violence, liquor and drug use, even on excessive advertising" by Easter--could mean "the government may have to halt the race to the bottom.
It can be the presentation of new information, in a form whose depth and detail have an effect no op-ed piece can approach.
Like the parables of Jesus, they seem such tiny, insignificant things, lacking the weight, stature, or gravity of a papal encyclical, a White House press conference, or even an Op-Ed piece in the New York Times.