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noohzpay per man

  • n  a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media

  • Tropic of Cancer: This strange book is the work of a 47-year-old expatriate who was born in New York, worked as a tailor, personnel manager, ranchman in California, newspaperman .
  • One day a newspaperman, Erik Seidenfaden, 30-year-old editor on Copenhagen's rich, conservative Politiken, son of a Copenhagen police commissioner, took off from a Danish airport .
  • Another time, alerted by a newspaperman that Commodore Schley had beaten the Spanish at Santiago, virtually ending the Spanish-American War, Baruch spent July 4, 1898, on the .

  • David Paterson in Boston Globe
    Governor David Paterson called Mr. Tatum "not just a great newspaperman; he was a kind and decent person who stood out amongst the giants of New York City for his commitment to justice and social equality."
  • Pete Hamill in New York Daily News
    One of the best days of my life was when I got my first press pass,he says. "To be a newspaperman is the best education. You go out and talk to some of the most brilliant people in the world."
  • Bob Papa in Newsday
    It's a conscious thing,Papa said. "If the Giants lose the game the way they lost it, what's the sense of asking Tom Coughlin, as the first question, 'How do you feel?' I'm not a newspaperman and I'm not Dan Rather but I have enough of a...

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