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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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Not even basic writing techniques are taught, let alone information about the editorial process or skills required for effective participation on an editorial board.
Still, the attempts at controlling editorial decisions by way of advertising purchasing decisions continue--and probably always will.
If you have any reservations about the quality of your editorial content--say, it's a cyclical downtime in your news cycle, or you have a relatively new editor on board--don't do a forced free trial.
The context for the study is a nationwide community of Cyber Groupies who work together as Editorial Board members of the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT), a project that started in 1999.
Thanks for having the editorial courage to say what needed to be said and to endorse John Kerry.
Pray that his successor will re-evaluate the PM's editorial policy and bring it in accord with the Vatican Council.
A dwindling industry for cartoonists--which means less editorial cartoons for teachers to choose from--is one reason.
The members of the Editorial Board volunteer for a three-year term of service and are asked to review numerous manuscripts throughout the year; some manuscripts are initial submissions while others are revised manuscripts.
Since the Watergate heydays--marked by the gritty editorial writing of Roger Wilkins and the courageous stewardship of editorial page editor Philip Geyelin--the Post has rarely found an editorial limb it dares go far out on.
for People, Processes and Paper by the development team, had a new editorial profile, editorial calendar and an experienced publishing team drawn from both PIMA and TAPPI.