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  • proper n. A surname.

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Examples

  • Trevor Butterworth is the editor of the absolutely fantastic STATS. org blog, which has been my favorite media watchdog publication for the past few years.

    Beware the Econorrhea

  • “Britain’s Guardian had to correct its obituary and, “The moral of this story is not that journalists should avoid Wikipedia, but that they shouldn’t use information they find there if it can’t be traced back to a reliable primary source, ” Reuters has the Guardian’s readers’ editor Siobhain Butterworth saying.”

    Student spoof sucks in mainstream media

  • Trevor Butterworth is the editor of STATS. org, an affiliate of George Mason University that looks at how numbers are used in public policy and the media.

    Time For A Slow-Word Movement

  • Miller responds that Butterworth is mistaken in [...]

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » To blog or not to blog

  • Miller responds that Butterworth is mistaken in his ‘blogophobian’ approach, or at least misses the point.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » To blog or not to blog

  • The Financial Times just ran a story where Trevor Butterworth is poopoo-ing the blogosphere.

    How do you spell 'poopoo-ing?'

  • Britain’s Guardian had to correct its obituary and, “The moral of this story is not that journalists should avoid Wikipedia, but that they shouldn’t use information they find there if it can’t be traced back to a reliable primary source,” Reuters has the Guardian’s readers’ editor Siobhain Butterworth saying.

    Student spoof sucks in mainstream media

  • Mrs. Butterworth is back, with new ads that show the anthropomorphic bottle chatting about her syrup's "buttery" taste.

    Ad Track: Big red umbrella returns

  • Cape will call Butterworth mayor Anthony Bam and his councillors before a disciplinary hearing soon, provincial secretary Humphrey

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There had been improvement of up to 300 percent in traditional ANC areas, and he was waiting "with bated breath" for results from areas of Transkei, such as Butterworth, where the DA had fielded candidates for the first time ever.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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