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Meanings and phrases
- of or relating to an article stating opinions or giving perspectives
- relating to or characteristic of an editor
- an article giving opinions or perspectives; column; newspaper column
- the department of a publishing business that edits material for publication
- Welch also served on the editorial board of "Biometrika".
- Member of the editorial board of the magazine ""Rodina"".
- Served on the editorial board of "Pathologia Veterinaria".
- It had 321 employees, including 40 on the editorial staff.
- In 1914 Mickevičius became a member of "Vilnis" editorial staff.
- The editorial staff then condenses the debates into Atlantic Memos.
- Lawler also served on the editorial boards of several journals.
- Foner serves on the editorial boards of "Past and Present" and "The Nation".
- He serves on the editorial boards or as a reviewer for many scientific journals.
- He became head of the editorial team in 1965.
- The permanent editorial team consisted of about 15 people.
- A different editorial team was established to run the website.
- In 1974, he joined WBBM-TV as the station's editorial director.
- Howes eventually served as the editorial director of the paper.
- from 1997-2002; and the editorial director for music at citysearch.com.
- The stated position of the editorial page is liberal.
- An "editorial opinion" is the evaluation of a topic by a newspaper as conveyed on its editorial page.
- He was an editorial page editor for the "Rutland Herald" and the "Barre Montpelier Times Argus" from 1992-2018.
- Through his editorial work, Elkus has focused on the music of Charles Ives.
- Her financial records indicate that she received $10,400 a year for her editorial work.
- Her most notable editorial work includes covers for "Vogue" (Spain and United States) and "Amica Italy".
- The issue had 60 per cent editorial content, compared to the regular 70 per cent.
- The editorial content is archived for viewing past its initial month of publication.
- Reflecting the print publication, it is a mixture of editorial content and classified advertising.
- "I'm not really an editorial cartoonist.
- In 1987 he began drawing for "The Charlotte Observer" as an editorial cartoonist.
- This was during the two years that he was the chief editorial cartoonist (1941-1943).
- "Nation Review" editorial policy was egalitarian and anti-establishment.
- Hamling's editorial policy was consciously slanted against intellectualism.
- The newspaper said it has a "long standing editorial policy" of not publishing women's images.
- He was an editorial writer for the "Chicago Tribune" from 1885 to 1890.
- Harding was the chief editorial writer for WRVA from 1981 through 1996.
- After graduation, he joined The Star (Malaysia) newspaper as subeditor and editorial writer.
- The magazine has an editorial office in Front Royal, VA.
- The printing house was in Geneva and the editorial office was in Paris.
- At that year, Hadi started working in the editorial office of the “Iqbal” newspaper.
- This is the only version over which Scott had complete artistic and editorial control.
- Campbell resigned in protest against the editorial control exerted by the financial backer of the magazine.
- "Le Monde" took full editorial control of the magazine in 2003, appointing Jean-Michel Frodon as editor-in-chief.
- The paper included the Cox & Forkum editorial cartoons.
- Over the course of his career he was responsible for drawing over 10,000 editorial cartoons.
- Cartoons can be divided into gag cartoons, which include editorial cartoons, and comic strips.
- The Toronto editorial offices are located in Agincourt.
- Young fascists took their revenge, attacking the editorial offices of left-wing periodicals.
- The editorial offices moved to Indiana University in 1989, when William Becker became editor.
- Thornton started her career at the "Sunday Mirror" in 1992 as an editorial assistant.
- In 1930, he married Catherine Carlson, who had been an editorial assistant at "The Youth's Companion".
- Previously, Gethard served as an editorial assistant for the popular "Weird NJ" and "Weird US" publications.
- On September 21, 2006, "The Globe and Mail" published an editorial on the affair.
- In 1997, British Vogue published an editorial with Sara Morrison photographed by Nick Knight.
- The Egyptian government-run newspaper, "Al Akhbar", on April 29, 2002, published an editorial denying the Holocaust as a fraud.
- In 1962 Leo Pardi also became part of the editorial committee.
- An editorial committee was formed.
- In 1968 and 1970 Valdo Mazzi and Baccio Baccetti join the editorial committee.
- In 2013, she joined the editorial board of the Jane Austen Society of North America.
- In 1997 he joined the editorial board of the Access Research Network's "Origins & Design Journal".
- Later he returned to Saurashtra and joined the editorial board of the weekly "Saurashtra" at Rajkot in 1922.
- He is also an editorial board member of “Scientific Reports”.
- He became Editor in Chief after a long term as an MNRAS editorial board member.
- And he also worked as a visiting editorial board member of "The Guardian" and "The Compass" newspapers.
- Its editorial line is parallel to those of the US Foreign policy in almost every aspect.
- "CTXT" accepts only sponsors and advertisers that do not interfere with the editorial line.
- "Development Today" claims to be the only specialised aid publication with this strict editorial line.