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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 his New York times op-ed piece, the former Communist dictator expressed hope that the September 11th tragedy could be exploited to "achieve a just international order .
Cribbing the headline from William Safire's op-ed piece "Lippo Suction," Limbaugh translated Safire's somewhat convoluted piece for his devoted dittoheads: Huang is a crook, he traded Indonesian money for political influence inside the Clinton Administration, his fundraising techniques were illegal, and Clinton was his best friend.
Editors: American Farmland Trust encourages publication of this op-ed piece.
And Mike Marshall, editor of the virulently anti-Moore Mobile Register, exclaimed in a spleen-venting op-ed piece that the chief justice was engaging in "MTV glitz," was "taking lessons from Madonna," and was 'lust another media harlot.
In her 1994 Washington Post op-ed piece, Secretary Shalala wrote, "[L]ife is a preexisiting condition.
Saving money is essential, because most newspapers pay no more than $50 or $100 for an op-ed piece.
The New York Times ran a May 17 op-ed piece - its only such offering on Rwanda between 1991 and 1993 - warning that Dian Fossey's former gorilla camp, smack in the center of a combat zone, was badly imperiled.
As stated in Michael Barack's op-ed piece (``Rail long-term answer to freeway gridlock,'' Dec.
Kramer also pointed out, in a Washington Post op-ed piece, that Ex-Im's assertion that it is a necessary help in getting any U.
Andrew Sullivan, editor of The New Republic, wrote in an op-ed piece for The New York Times that affirmative action was designed for one group alone--African Americans--and they don't need it anymore.
Some of the revelations are simply troubling: As vice president, Nixon secretly consulted with a therapist, who later wrote a New York Times op-ed piece recommending national leaders undergo psychiatric scrutiny before being handed the reins to the country).
Here's what actually happened: In 1994 I wrote an op-ed piece for The Wall Street Journal about the Environmental Protection Agency's report on secondhand smoke.