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  • noun Alternative form of cub reporter.

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Examples

  • Then he received a beating, such as he had often written up about sailor-rows and saloon-frequenters in his cub-reporter days, but which for the first time it was his lot to experience.

    CHAPTER XXXVI

  • I covered some of this as a cub-reporter circa 1985 and in that case the "problem" was Showmen who travel with Fairs for six month of the year - enterprising, mobile, flexible, licensed and respectable businesses - and need a site for the other six months.

    Nadine on Gypsies and Smacks

  • I covered some of this as a cub-reporter circa 1985 and in that case the "problem" was Showmen who travel with Fairs for six months of the year - enterprising, mobile, flexible, licensed and respectable businesses - and need a settled site for the other six months.

    Archive 2007-04-15

  • Then he received a beating, such as he had often written up about sailor-rows and saloon-frequenters in his cub-reporter days, but which for the first time it was his lot to experience.

    Chapter 36

  • The marvelous Helen Mirren, as the newspaper's editor, has essentially a series of walk-ons in which she leaves everybody in flames, telling random people to bugger off or intoning, "Don't throw those dewy cub-reporter eyes at me; it's nauseating."

    The Seattle Times

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