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fisk

 (fĭsk)
v. fisked, fisk·ing, fisks
v.tr.
To criticize and refute (a published article or argument), especially in point-by-point or line-by-line fashion on a blog.
v.intr.
To fisk an article or argument.

[After Robert Fisk (born 1946), British journalist, some of whose controversial reports on the Middle East were criticized on blogs.]

fisk

(fɪsk)
vb
slang to refute or criticize (a journalistic article or blog) point by point
[C21: after the use of this technique by Robert Fisk (born 1946), British journalist, to criticize articles ]

fisk

To bring attention to errors, usually in a blog post, point-bypoint and in great detail.
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It has been my privilege to deliver addresses at many of our leading colleges including Harvard, Yale, Williams, Amherst, Fisk University, the University of Pennsylvania, Wellesley, the University of Michigan, Trinity College in North Carolina, and many others.
And as for Lebanon, where Fisk calls home, it is a "Rolls Royce with square wheels" that won't be a modern state until it has secular governance.
Helen Morris, prosecuting, told how manageress Paula Hart managed to get all the staff in a back room where they could view Fisk on the CCTV cameras.
Mason Fisk "is the only thing moving in Williamsburg," said Melanie Metzler, a salesperson at Elliman, who represented buyers of two apartments in the building.
He certainly doesn't seem too pleased at the arrival every Thursday of his other son Fisk Junior (Jeremy Northam).
Fisk is a cipher willing to say anything to get elected.
Fisk concluded in 2001 that in the Sabra and Chatila camps an estimated 1,700 men, women and children had been killed.
While in Cambridge, Franklin married his sweetheart from Fisk, Aurelia Whittington.
Caption(s): From left to right are Harry Slatkin, president, home design for the Limited Brands, Elton John, and Neil Fisk, chief executive officer of Bath & Body Works.
Fisk, too, says the book's success is due to a number of reasons, ``the least of which is the novel's literary merit.
The deal was brokered by Darren Fisk of Johnson Capital.
He references Robert Fisk and Michael Moore, those darlings of the anti-warWeb.