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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.
By serving highly relevant, editorially reviewed listings in the main body of search results and highly monetized Sponsored Listings at the top of the search page, LookSmart continues to add a unique level of value for Time Warner Cable's Road Runner customers.
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.
Editorially speaking, things will be better if you work with each other rather than against each other.
Finally, I express our thanks to Rick Szykowny for so ably keeping The Humanist afloat editorially during the past year.
The Anglican Journal is editorially independent precisely because the church needs and wants a voice that can stand back and, sometimes, be critical.
The government had the full cooperation of the media, which supported Proulx's recommendations editorially and virtually ignored the government's hurried passage of Bill 118, which eliminated confessional schools as of last July 1st.
The editorially minded browser will surely and effortlessly catch a good number of dropped letters, misspelled names, and other typographical errors - casualties of this book's unfussy, non-luxurious, get-to-the-point and get-it-out-there approach, or should one say mission.
But, seriously, wouldn't it have been more editorially honest to forget trying to influence political thought through health article and just stick to the subject?