Definition of Columnists

1. Noun. (plural of columnist) ¹



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Definition of Columnists

1. columnist [n] - See also: columnist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Columnists

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columnists (current term)
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Literary usage of Columnists

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1. Our American Humorists by Thomas Lansing Masson (1922)
"CHAPTER XXXV THE columnists t th icen Bert Lesion Taylor, Keith Preston, Ted Robinson, HI Phillips, Roy K. Moulton GIVEN a set of morning papers," says FPA, ..."

2. Power Media Selects: The Nation's Most Influential Media Elite by Broadcast Interview Source (1999)
"columnists are listed by last name or (if applicable) by the title of the column. Power Media Selects 1999 Edition ..."

3. Turkey: Violations of Free Expression in Turkey by Human Rights Watch, Human Rights Watch (Organization), Christopher Panico (1999)
"Some top-level columnists told Human Rights Watch that they never resorted to self-censorship, while others said they did. Self-censorship operates on at ..."

4. Proceedings [of The] Convention by International Fur and Leather Workers Union of the United States and Canada (1904)
"We call on the government to take firm action against all fifth and sixth columnists, all purveyors of Negro discrimination, anti- Semitism and other ..."

5. He Usually Lived with a Female: The Life of a California Newspaperman by George Garrigues (2006)
"No columnists, either. Tell Russ for me that most communists are much preferable to most columnists. Patty is swell and so is Noma and they are both looking ..."

6. Human Rights Watch World Report 1999 by Human Rights Watch Staff (1998)
"In the past, some journalists—typically mainstream and highly regarded columnists—were able to engage in vigorous debate ev en on such taboo topics as the ..."

7. Albert by Daniel Oldis (1986)
"There, murals and photographs in glass cases beckoned the visitor inside to more biographical bric-a-brac of the famed advice columnists. ..."

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