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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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More importantly, Kayhan's editorialist did not know that Yemenis with guns could always be hired but are never bought.
The editorialist criticizes both Putin and Obama for their attitude toward the Syrian revolution.
The editorialist argues that Morocco's painstaking efforts to fight human trafficking will not bear fruits without interaction with the UN system, recalling that a study conducted by the national human rights council had concluded that controlling this phenomenon requires the protection of most vulnerable categories, particularly women and house workers.
2) One might therefore reasonably question upon what authority the editorialist labels the prescription of a few herbs an "offense.
All these recent close examinations of Harris's work as a fiction writer and as an editorialist were long overdue.
However, the editorialist insists, reforming the subsidy fund is unavoidable, knowing that the national market depends on international markets and that tension in Syria and recent developments in the region bode ill for summer.
but then if you act like that, even charity stinks," wrote editorialist Federico Novella.
On the last count, the editorialist is correct--and apparently unaware that blind justice allows no such calculation.
2) Although other interventions hold promise for reducing STD transmission, the editorialist notes, condoms are "the best proven currently available means" for lowering the risk of infection.
The editorialist did state that compassion on its own does not justify an assisted suicide.
The editorialist argued that there was political cover: "Higher gasoline taxes do drive up the cost of gasoline.
According to an editorialist for the Wall Street Journal, the September 11 attacks were "a result of insufficient American involvement and ambition; the solution is to be more expansive in our goals and more assertive in their implementation.