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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of editorialise.


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  • Court reporting is in decline, yet the media editorialises to give the impression of a country in violent meltdown

    Press 'gangsters in disguise' spin crime

  • As the Washington Post editorialises today, a 16 month withdrawal — which would need one US brigade to leave each monts — risks the progress made in Iraq since 2007 and will leave the US with too few troops on the ground in a year in which Iraq is having, at least, two crucial elections.

    Smoking Guns and the Morality of Parliamentary Privilege

  • The trigger for these reflections today, of all days – when there is an incredible amount to report and analyse, and the day-job is more than usually pressing – was this piece here, in the online version of the Wall Street Journal, which editorialises on the debate in congress on the Iraqi war.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • In its latest edition, Air-Info editorialises about the "hell of suspicions" and also describes as a "Calvary" the plight of northern

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • What the trade unions need is not individual newspapers, where someone sits down and editorialises about trade union activity and so on, only at the expense of a whole number of other things that could probably interest the wives and families of workers.


  • First up, The Wall Street Journal editorialises about the changed circumstances on Iran.


  • The Sun, editorialises against Tom Watson, the Downing Street minister for mudslinging,

    Guy Fawkes' blog

  • But the Government is still keen for him to put up his hand for any other public Journal editorialises on the price the US paid Palau to take the Gitmo detainees nobody else wants MONTHS of moral grandstanding and intense diplomacy are finally yielding dividends: - Articles related to Building of homes to survive rates rise

  • He points out that Amnesty is apparently re-defining the law of warfare to effectively make editorialises about Amnesty's recent call for an arms embargo against Israel.


  • Jerusalem Post editorialises on an absurd and factually distorted claim from Britain's



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