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  • n. Plural form of correspondent.

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Examples

  • [Illustration: COMMUNICATIONS] [_The editors cannot pay attention to demands of correspondents who forget to give their names and addresses as guaranty of good faith; nor do they hold themselves responsible for opinions expressed by their correspondents_.]

    The American Architect and Building News, Vol. 27, No. 733, January 11, 1890

  • During the Abyssinian war its reporters and correspondents furnished the London press with reliable news _in advance of their own correspondents_.

    Great Fortunes, and How They Were Made

  • One of my correspondents is an ammo maker who specializes in loads designed for use on very big game at close range.

    Too Much Accuracy?

  • - London Free Press There is also a wonderful, detailed book about this time call "36 Days" written by correspondents from the New York Times Back to recount, the buzz is that all the principle characters put in stellar performances.

    HBO "Recount" the Reviews are In

  • One of my main correspondents in the nobble is a boy of 11 at the beginning of the book -- by the end he has turned 14.

    SeeLight:

  • I've communicated with two sources who have confirmed that the White House hard pass for correspondents is different than the one Gannon was wearing in that photo.

    02/17/2005

  • In the Mexican port city he reunited with Richard Harding Davis and other correspondents from the Russo-Japanese War a decade past, and spent a month interviewing soldiers in the field, sailors on warships in the harbor, and soaking up information.

    Wolf Dying: Page I

  • But the question many readers would want to scream at the idle correspondents is Why don't you go out and do some work?

    Why Americans Hate the Media

  • Winston Burdett, one of the last of the correspondents from the Murrow days left in Europe, asked Paley; What about the future?

    CBS: The Power and the Profits

  • Cassagnacs demanded that certain German correspondents should quit

    Paris War Days Diary of an American

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