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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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Zenko is not just an extruder of think pieces, however--he is an acknowledged expert on drones, a new kind of weapon whose proligate use risks becoming a semiconscious national habit.
The viewer is less interested in long, reflective, think pieces that might be on the early or late news, but wants more information that has personal value.
As the 20th century comes down the homestretch, the American public is sure to be inundated with think pieces offering a balance sheet on the period coming to a close.
Our audience loves original commentary, think pieces, and technical insights.
But how many of the "serious" newspapers which responded to The Sun's irritating stunt with lofty feminist think pieces consider the more nuanced ways women are belittled and patronised in the press?
I think pieces of furniture and objects with a history are so intriguing.
Of course, that will require more than another slew of pompous pro-monogamy think pieces.
newspapers publish think pieces on where this year's Lakers fit among the greatest teams of all time.
During the 1990's he became a publisher and industry pundit, serving as CEO of InfoWorld Publishing Company and writing a column, "From the Ether", as well as contributing think pieces and often appearing as a speaker at events and on broadcast interviews.
The only people for whom this show represents a legitimate pain in the side are TV critics, who have to churn out think pieces about reality TV and skirt what they really think, which is, people who get addicted to this stuff are idiots.