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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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Even though the Anglican Journal is editorially independent and separately incorporated, it is in essence owned by the half a million readers--you
There are no rules saying you can't mention a charitable event, but obviously it has to be editorially justified.
But as the New Republic pointed out editorially, if the congressman had spewed "Barney Kike" or "Barney Nigger," the reverberations, justifiably, would be felt today, months later.
Winners in the additional 11 categories are either peer-to-peer or editorially selected.
Riyadh, Feb 25, SPA -- Saudi newspapers commented today editorially on a number of local, Arab and international topics.
There is also a practical reason why Anglican Journal remains editorially independent.
Whereas many bands deployed these familiar indierock tropes almost editorially, Bikini Kill's music stood out as direct, expressive, and polemically present.
Editorially, Starting Out Healthy, as we've already pointed out, is chock-full of practical information for parents.
The Globe and Mail, in turn, argued editorially that Schafer was wrong on all counts:
He recommends a 1-2-3 approach in editorially and graphically linking the cover, the table of contents and the cover story itself, with the cover story portrayed consistently in all three locations.
ShareMax Publishing said the magazine will be editorially independent of ShareMax.
Production chief Mr Bannister told The Mirror: "We have taken the decision to shorten the Vanessa show to improve it editorially.