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journo

(ˈdʒɜːnəʊ)
n, pl journos
(Journalism & Publishing) an informal word for journalist

jour•no

(ˈdʒɜr noʊ)
n., pl. -nos.
Chiefly Brit. Informal. journalist (def. 1).
[1980–85; see -o]
Translations

journo

[ˈdʒɜːnəʊ] N (Brit) → periodista mf
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Summary: Thinking what a perfect setup I had got myself, as I was one of the few journos who loved the graveyard shift, I sipped extremely sweet tea
Wales is a better place thanks to Thatcher and will be driven in to the ground by the like of Miss Wood, and her international socialist or communist-rooted politics Whistleblow3r LEANNE Wood has been a breath of fresh air since becoming leader moving the Welsh Nats leftwards and dealing impressively with the Westminster-bubble journos in interviews.
Only stocking small sizes won't stop fat journos squeezing their sweaty middleaged bodies into a size eight just so they can write: "Victoria's clothes made me feel fat".
ONE of the great pleasures of this World Cup has been the presence of former Chelsea boss Avram Grant, delighting English journos with anecdotes in queues for media buses.
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JOE Kinnear is well tucked away down south and I doubt very much that we'll be hearing of any regional journos heading down to knock on his door.
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OwenJones84: To really strengthen journos holding power to account, let's have laws enforcing more openness on government and large institutions #Leveson
There was no question of her snubbing this year's awards as she had earlier tweeted: "Good luck to the journos and broadcasters at the Derby Awards today.
Come on journos, straight-thinking authorities and people - all males were bachelors to begin with
The second group of journos left that morning while Unfortunately, by mid-afternoon I had developed a full-blown fever and had to call the hotel's doctor.
Your trusty showbiz hack is among those black listed by Her Royal Stroppiness along with a number of other ruthless journos.