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By each window do you see there are standing three reporters and an old editor, and this old editor is the worst, for he doesn't understand anything
It was one of the reporters from upstairs, who had run out of matches.
The idea of doing away with this awning, and revealing the bride to the mob of dressmakers and newspaper reporters who stood outside fighting to get near the joints of the canvas, exceeded even old Catherine's courage, though for a moment she had weighed the possibility.
Humorous half-columns in the local papers, written in the customary silly way by unlicked cub reporters just out of grammar school, tickled the fancy of San Francisco for a fleeting moment in that the steamship Mariposa had rescued some sea-waifs possessed of a cock-and-bull story that not even the reporters believed.
Photographers snapped him, he was besieged by reporters, women's clubs throughout the land passed resolutions condemning him and his immoral theories; and on the floor of the California Assembly, while discussing the state appropriation to the University, a motion demanding the expulsion of Gluck was made under threat of withholding the appropriation--of course, none of his persecutors had read the book; the twisted newspaper version of only three lines of it was enough for them.
The front row of the men she had squeezed past, because of their paper and pencils, she decided to be reporters from the local papers up-town.
As reporters flourish in this country, of course Tom soon heard all the friendly criticisms passed upon him and his career, and he suffered more than anybody guessed; for the truth that was at the bottom of the gossip filled him with the sharp regret and impotent wrath against himself as well as others, which drives many a proud fellow, so placed, to destruction, or the effort that redeems boyish folly, and makes a man of him.
Newspaper reporters and certain miscreant lexicographers have decided
The shorthand writers and reporters put his evidence into presentable language before they printed it.
Besides, in saloons I saw reporters, editors, lawyers, judges, whose names and faces I knew.
Look up the reporters that kept Jackson's case out of the papers, and the editors that run the papers.
He got work to do at last, and became one of the first newspaper reporters.