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blog·roll

 (blŏg′rōl′)
n.
A list of links provided on a blog to other websites, especially to other blogs or sites with regularly updated content.

blogroll

(ˈblɒɡˌrəʊl)
n
a list of blogs
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Nicole Stoddard's blog roll on her site Drama, Daily links to a wide variety of theatre blogs, from Confessions of a Chicago Theatre Addict to Lee Jamiesons Shakespeare Blog, but her "Women in Theatre" resource page and her post listing seventy-one (and counting) theatre blogs run by women help her to identify her feminist politics and make her ideological position clear.
A book serialized on a blog roll, according to Collins.
The site is completely integrated with employee experiences, and its Blog Roll section has links to dozens of employee blogs where career-seekers can get an unadulterated view of life at the Department.
By the time we were done blogging in London, the videos were mostly buried on pages 2, 3, 4, and 5 of the blog roll, and they became more difficult to appreciate as a set.
Even a look at Belle de Jour's blog roll ( blogs that she is linking to) gives out a whole bunch of sex bloggers like Mistress Matisse, who describes her weblog as the personal musings, rants and life- trivia of a Seattle writer/ professional dominatrix.
Active bloggers are more likely to have a blog roll and follow it regularly.
Javier Aldape, general manager of Hoy's Los Angeles edition who is in charge of shared editorial content for the papers, said the paper has been testing a new blog roll, and begun rolling them out selectively.
BLOG ROLL ( A series of hyperlinks to recommend weblogs, often found on the homepage of a website.
Virginia's blog roll included an elected county prosecutor, a former candidate for the legislature, several newspaper reporters, a lobbyist, a paid operative from Dean's former campaign and a 14-year-old boy, who everyone agreed was among the best of the bunch.
The Jupiter blogs regularly present the pithy thoughts of senior analysts, but they have no blog roll (i.