journalistnoun

  • jaジャーナリスト、記者
  • ena person who writes or reports for newspapers, magazines, radio, television or online news sites

Examples

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Look, I was gonna tell you this over dinner but I met somebody else... on my trip.
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Oh?
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Her name's Ann.
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She's a journalist.
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We met on the plane.
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She asked me if she could finish off my peanuts.
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I thought she said something else.
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We had a big laugh.
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Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!
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Who are you chaps with?
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Who do you think?
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Ain't that the truth?
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I count about 32 Iraqis and 600 bloody journalists.
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This is the most staged photo op since Iwo Jima.
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You're a newspaperman.
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That's why I'm quitting.
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I wanna go someplace where I can be a woman.
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You mean be a traitor?
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A traitor? A traitor to what?
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A traitor to journalism!
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You’re a journalist, Hildy!
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What did you do?
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He kicked me out of the house, and he abandoned my campaign.
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I was angry and I was in a corner...
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What corner?
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A reporter, this journalist, she pretended to be...
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and then she was on my campaign staff.
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What the fuck did you do Jamie?
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I gave an interview.
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About what?
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Not what, who.
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Jesse Capps, where's Jesse?
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Jesse? Oh, hi Jesse!
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- Hey, how are you? - Good, how are you?
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I'm good, for now.
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Good to—
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Oh, you're fantastic.
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I did not recognize you, actually.
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When I'm looking at you.
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What do you do and where do you live?
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I'm a music journalist, and I live in Middlesboro, Kentucky.
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I make no moral judgment regarding these operations.
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For me, it's merely a question of expediency.
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Sooner or later, some enterprising journalist will stick his nose in our business and uncover everything.
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And you will be dragged into the ensuing scandal.
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Scandal leaves me indifferent, as does reputation.
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Those are concerns for the petite bourgeoisie, a class to which I do not belong.
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I was taught proper form, polished to perfection, becomes mystical.
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As you like, Your Holiness.
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I'm a journalist.
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My career could take me anywhere.
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And I hope it does.
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What did you do?
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I'm a journalist!
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You're a fourth grader!