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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.
In an article published in the British Independent newspaper on Friday, Fisk refuted what was leaked about the arrival of the chlorine gas cylinders at the scene of the incident.
Roger Fisk, head of the political campaign, marketing, and media strategies for President Barack Obama, highlighted that the proliferation of technology and applications have transformed, and continue to transform, the government communications landscape.
"It is likely the mother's egg was fertilised simultaneously by two of the father's sperm before dividing," said Professor Fisk, who led the foetal medicine team that cared for the mother and twins while based at Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital in 2014.
Sharjah: The International Government Communication Forum (IGCF) will be hosting Roger Fisk, the PR guru behind Barack Obama's successful presidential campaigns, at Sharjah's Expo Centre on March 20-21.
In the most narrowly construed of these issues, Fisk outlines how Orhan Pamuk, Turkey's first Nobel laureate in literature and author of such novels as Snow and My Name Is Red, positions himself and finds himself positioned vis-a-vis his celebrity, his complicated political and cultural significance in Turkey and abroad, and his elite global audience.
The actor was inspired to share the compliment after the official "Daredevil" account tweeted out a scene with Fisk confronting Woll's Karen Page.
All monies raised from the gala, the foundation's largest event, are dedicated toward these goals, Fisk says.
Fisk argues that world literature is a Western construct designed to make Western readers feel good about themselves and their worldliness: "Pamuk demonstrates to his Western publics the good world literature can do at the turn of the twenty-first century, when a novel gains its value from the view it gives its readers on worlds they would find hard to see without a local and literary guide" (3).
Fisk won both of his international caps - having represented his country at U23 level in the Pan American Games (below) - for Canada last year when starting in a 4-2 win over Bermuda before coming off the bench in 1-1 draw with Scotland, which he says was the highlight of his career.
(5) Historical research is also emerging about the power of Indigenous cultural practices in the late nineteenth century to provoke "a revision of common assumptions identified with social and aesthetic Western norms." (6) From this perspective, it is possible to interpret expressions of Indigenous cultural practices showing signs of the Fisk Jubilee Singers' influence as expressions of resistance to imperial hegemony.
Fisk is the first western journalist to reach the area and (https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/syria-chemical-attack-gas-douma-robert-fisk-ghouta-damascus-a8307726.html) speak to people there.