from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. , (journalism) The activity that resulsts in reports for a business or a journal.
- v. Present participle of report.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or system of drawing up reports; the practice of making a report; specifically, newspaper reporting (see phrase below): also used attributively: as, the reporting style of phonography.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or television
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Do you people really want to see a Republican under every bed, or do you think “accuracy” in reporting is just another political tool?
This huge increase in reporting is unlikely to identify significant amounts of unreported income.
Accuracy in reporting is critical in a race this close.
This delay in reporting is unrelated to the ads quality improvements that wewrote abouton Monday.
The rise in reporting is a good thing but the unfashionable truth is this.
I'm saying the label reporting contact per some arbitrary serving size the "American" labeling style result in the concerned consumers doing some math after weighing their to-be-consumed portion.
And even if Teresa was exercising her hyperbole license by using the word “all,” you still fail to offer a meaningful rebuttal of her fundamental premise, that even in reporting major gains and accomplishments that most (if not all) MSM outlets ensure the focus of the reporting is well trained on those elements that reflect negatively on the effort and those engaged init.
LOL .... the ratings speak for themselves ... and the "true reporting" (and I use the term reporting very loosely) of the tax day tea parties shows how desperate they are to become relevant again!
I trust them and I'm sure the reporting is accurate, but we've reached out to Paramount for confirmation nonetheless.
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