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This is all very interesting," the reporter said, "and I am sure I'm very much obliged to you, Mr.
The reporter left his new-made friend a short time afterwards, and took a hansom to his office.
Seems to me I may have been a bit indiscreet in talking so much to that young reporter.
It was this case which was to rank him as the leading newspaper reporter, and to obtain for him the reputation of being the greatest detective in the world.
On both occasions, the CDC press office responded to criticism by circling the wagons, freezing out reporters, and alienating disease activists with whom it had developed positive relationships.
A slight gaffe by one of Speaker Gingrich's parents is bound to be pounced upon by the reporter - and other reporters following the story - to open the door wide for a chance to pique the public's interest.
Morin was one of four reporters who won top honors for Stars and Stripes in Military Reporters & Editors 2006 awards competition for military reporting and photography.
This time around, Iraqis know the endgame; they won't be exercising manpower to extend courtesies to reporters.
The attacker assaulted the reporter from rear, while the reporter was about to enter his residence, ultimately being saved by reporters associates, who came to his rescue after hearing his calls for help.
ACCORDING TO THE SECOND National Survey of Higher Education Media, conducted in 2005 by the Education Writers Association, several roadblocks prevent reporters and editors from effectively covering higher ed.
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press enthusiastically endorsed the opinion.