- n. journalism, slang A paragraph.
- Phonetic respelling of abbreviation of paragraph. (Wiktionary)
“April 23, 2010, 2: 35 pm josh says: that second graf is grammatically brutal. sorryjosh (Quote)”
“April 23, 2010, 10: 29 pm neurodoc says: josh: that second graf is grammatically brutal. sorry”
“The reason I highlight this particular graf is because of this story in today's New York Daily News:”
“No, I'm not the first blogger to catch this little suck-up graf from the New York Times: By most accounts inside and outside the administration, Mr. Rove is relentlessly cheerful, presenting himself as an optimistic face in a gloomy White House.”
“: Josh Marshall at TPM caught a graf from the Times suggesting that Ms. Rice is leaving her job "at the end of the year.”
“Second, the operative part of that graf is "to ascertain whether they can be released to news organizations and public interest groups that have formally requested them in recent days.”
“I think that graf is more a statement of the board’s fiduciary duty to shareholders. it covers their asses to emphasize they are open to all offers that maximize value.”
“In my reading of this graf, which is jam packed with arguments, I see three issues.”
“I thought it was readily apparent that comments that I write and post in this lead 'graf' are comments and opinions on what has happened during the day or what may be happening in the future.”
“Elf started with the usual sneers, calling me a "creationist," accusing me of of "rejecting the germ theory of disease" and of attributing disease to "demonic influences," and then he points out my "absolutely insane 'graf'" from my essay:”
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