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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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Lou Silverstein, one of the page's designers, later remarked that the 1960s were "a bad time for the country but a good time to start the op-ed page.
Our association appreciates the generosity of NCEW and looks forward to sharing ideas on some of the common problems we share on the editorial and op-ed pages.
Since September 11, the Post Op-Ed page has been a playpen for columnist-commanders.
The launch of The New York Times Op-Ed page in 1970 represented a promise to our readers: a place to illuminate the debate on issues of interest and importance to them, by bringing ideas and opinions from outside our walls and placing them across from our editorial page," said Andrew Rosenthal, editorial page editor, The New York Times.
Periodic promotion on Page One, daily promotion online, and weekly promotion on the op-ed page.
Susan Jacoby, director of the Center for Inquiry-Metro New York, a group that promotes the separation of church and state, wrote on the Op-Ed page of The Times in January that "the trial undermined the merging accommodation between religion and science by intensifying the fundamentalists' conviction that acceptance of evolution would inevitably weaken any type of faith.
David Brooks, your esteemed representative on The New York Times op-ed page, is claiming that this whole moral values platform thing is bunk anyway.
Louis Post-Dispatch carries her column on its op-ed page on Fridays, usually pairing it with such indescribables as Jonah Goldberg (son of Monica's friend, Lucianne) or Mona Charen.
Ignatius, 52, will return to the Post as an associate editor and twice-weekly columnist for its Op-Ed page.
The Los Angeles Times names former Newsday editor and reporter Nicholas Goldberg op-ed page editor.
Stephen Roach, chief economist and director of global economics at Morgan Stanley, "The Cost of Bursting Bubbles," New York Times, September 22, 2002, Op-Ed page
Even as villagers in Mozambique buried casualties of the horrendous rains that swamped the country last spring, ExxonMobil declared in an ad on the op-ed page of The New York Times: "Some .