bureaux bureaux


  1. (n) an administrative unit of government
  2. (n) furniture with drawers for keeping clothes



  1. "Unable to afford foreign bureaux, more newspapers and magazines are relying on freelancers abroad. These stringers look just as suspicious to dictators and militant groups - and they are distinctly more vulnerable," says Fareed Zakaria, editor...
    on Feb 16, 2010 By: Fareed Zakaria Source: Journalism.co.uk

  2. "The long lines of Austrians outside the banks and travel bureaux; the screams and shots in the night; the looting of Jewish shops," Murrow writes. "All those things were either disbelieved, or dismissed as things that happened in a far away...
    on Feb 8, 2006 By: Edward R Murrow Source: Boston Globe (registration)

  3. "We are one of the largest employers of journalists and editors, and maintain an incomparable range of foreign correspondents, contributors and bureaux in all sorts of places," Mr Murdoch said. "We attach a fair value and a fair price to the...
    on May 25, 2010 By: Rupert Murdoch Source: Times Online

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