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- n. Plural form of paraphraser.
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It did not have "reporters" creating content, but rather paraphrasers plagiarizers? copying other reports.
In fact, it is probably the case that in any classroom the most competent students are the ones who are themost proficient paraphrasers, master abbreviators of incoming information.
It is quite possible that I shall end by becoming a robber, as you paraphrasers would put it, but I sha'n't begin on my friends.
Prior to Hill one can find, in a few paraphrasers and critics like Denham and Lamy, signs of an appreciation of the concrete suggestiveness of the Bible, but most of the hundreds of paraphrasers had felt it desirable to expand Biblical images to beautify and clarify them.