- n. Plural form of spokesperson.
“A few weeks after his election, Brown claimed that he'd "never met [Palin], she's never contacted us and vice versa," a statement that seemed to be contradicted by earlier reports from Palin spokespeople that she'd spoken with Brown on the night of the election to congratulate him on his victory.”
“No other details on the ceremony were available and Kremlin spokespeople were not immediately reachable.”
“The cause also lacked effective spokespeople from the international community and domestic political constituencies.”
“This endless nitpicking of McCain spokespeople of Obama would, if I were him, makes me crazy.”
“Coroner’s Service spokespeople, is embedded below.”
“Any threat to any minority is often collectively supported by the so-called spokespeople of other minority groups.”
“These so-called spokespeople have no mandate and unfortunately this means the image that "the gay community appears to be so pro-Islam" occurs.”
“And when reporters have questions, they simply walk over to the senator and ask him instead of calling his spokespeople in Pennsylvania, Washington or South Carolina.”
“And could someone please tell the "spokespeople" of the campaign that a longwinded (even if it's highminded) response just isn't going to do the trick?”
“Cutting WAY back on the # of pr consultants, "spokespeople," etc. that the Washington state government employs would be helpful.”
‘spokespeople’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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