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  • noun Plural form of interviewee.

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Examples

  • Neither their correspondent in the capital city, nor their editors or anchors asked any of their interviewees from the civic-military government for a copy or to see the letter that the Honduran parliament read that was attributed to President Zelaya, in which he supposedly resigned.

    Global Voices in English » Honduras: Was it a Coup?

  • There is also a cite of a study that trained investigators were no better at detecting signs of truthfulness in interviewees than college students -- both performed at the level of random guessing, although the investigators were more certain of their answers.

    Balkinization

  • There is also a cite of a study that trained investigators were no better at detecting signs of truthfulness in interviewees than college students -- both performed at the level of random guessing, although the investigators were more certain of their answers.

    Balkinization

  • There is also a cite of a study that trained investigators were no better at detecting signs of truthfulness in interviewees than college students -- both performed at the level of random guessing, although the investigators were more certain of their answers.

    Balkinization

  • There is also a cite of a study that trained investigators were no better at detecting signs of truthfulness in interviewees than college students -- both performed at the level of random guessing, although the investigators were more certain of their answers.

    Balkinization

  • There is also a cite of a study that trained investigators were no better at detecting signs of truthfulness in interviewees than college students -- both performed at the level of random guessing, although the investigators were more certain of their answers.

    Balkinization

  • There is also a cite of a study that trained investigators were no better at detecting signs of truthfulness in interviewees than college students -- both performed at the level of random guessing, although the investigators were more certain of their answers.

    Balkinization

  • There is also a cite of a study that trained investigators were no better at detecting signs of truthfulness in interviewees than college students -- both performed at the level of random guessing, although the investigators were more certain of their answers.

    Balkinization

  • There is also a cite of a study that trained investigators were no better at detecting signs of truthfulness in interviewees than college students -- both performed at the level of random guessing, although the investigators were more certain of their answers.

    Balkinization

  • There is also a cite of a study that trained investigators were no better at detecting signs of truthfulness in interviewees than college students -- both performed at the level of random guessing, although the investigators were more certain of their answers.

    Balkinization

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