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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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According to the think piece, the Sri Lankan Army is alleged to be 300,000 strong.
Six websites provide think pieces. Five book chapters make an appearance here, and the same number of unpublished essays are printed here for the first time.
They said they had hoped and expected the report would "add to the primary evidence base", instead of being "a think piece resting on a number of assumptions mostly derived from the authors' own estimates applied to a theoretical model".
Industry analyst John Blossom of Shore Communications put the notion a bit differently in his think piece, likening the evolving content business models to a return to "chasing the mammoth," in which content is not offered in neatly ordered walled gardens.
This self-characterized "think piece" about the future of U.S.
This "think piece" on ways to increase demand for learning in the United Kingdom is designed to stimulate debate among policy makers and managers in the new learning and skills sector.
In his 'think piece' in the nonprofit website 'The Intercept,' Shaun King wrote of conversations he had with two people, one black and the other Muslim, in the wake of Stephen Paddock's actions.
For anyone outside of the press and think piece circuit digesting this debate day in and day out, the meaningful question is whether the idea of "Bernie Bros" will begin to cause political problems for Sanders, or even cost him supporters en masse.
This isn't going to be yet another think piece about football's new cred, its Nick Hornby-fied cool, or that the rise in its popularity is in direct correlation to the lowering of man's role in society.
But neither will the pic be a stern political think piece. More likely it will be an insider's account of one of the world's most unexpected and soulful presidencies, run through with Havel's "natural touch of humor."
"They may not be in the mood to sit through a 6 1/2-minute think piece."
Is there anything more tedious than the think pieces in newspapers that lament the state of television, and young people in general, for daring to find Love Island - shock!