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  • n. A young, inexperienced reporter employed by a newspaper or magazine.


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  • On Sunday the sun was shining, the temperature was pleasant, and Qwilleran dressed with the anticipation of a cub reporter assigned to a good story; in more than twenty-five years of newspapering he had never lost that element of challenge and expectation, though it were only a family reunion.

    The Cat Who Went Underground

  • "The average cub reporter at the Buffalo Evening News knows more about the workings of your mob family than dear, departed, dipshit Carl could've ever figured out.



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