commentor

commentor

(ˈkɒmɛntə)
n
another spelling of commenter
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One commentor said they'd prefer to see more non-chain stores on Long Island.
Each applicant for the renewal of a commercial or noncommercial television license shall attach as an exhibit to the application a summary of written comments and suggestions received from the public and maintained by the licensee (in accordance with Commission regulations) that comment on the applicant's programming, if any, and that are characterized by the commentor as constituting violent programming.
Just this week, a commentor said, Love the easy-invest website you make available for those who wish to contribute.
Another commentor pointed out that the top Jill was sporting in the picture was also from a maternity line.
For her part, commentor Paula Abdul was similarly 'celebrated' and derided for her cheerfully ditzy, clueless remarks.
A web commentor from Pakistan Sardar Khan said that labourers are not treated well at industries of Pakistan by owners, in this regards how much initiatives has been taken for the betterment of the labourers.
The late broadcaster s BBC Eurovision commentor for almost 35 years.
The commentor said: "I was in there Monday evening with my twoyear-old and it was packed.
Commentor Jen Doe wrote, "OMG, I'm from Russia and I can't follow the link
157) Proviene da commentor, frequentativo di comminiscor.
26 Oct Stuart McMillan (international affairs commentor and former branch chair) and Jeremy Moses (University of Canterbury), both members of CSCAP: NZ, 'Council for Security Co-operation in the Asia--Pacific: New Zealand--"Projecting Our Voice"'.
Redcar was lit up at the weekend during its first ever Fire and Steel festival and one commentor believed this was pivotal in the timing of the announcement.