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fifth estate

n.
A class or group in society other than the nobility, the clergy, the middle class, and the press.

fifth′ estate′


n.
any class or group in society other than the nobility, the clergy, the middle class, and the press.
[1965–70]
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CBC put the case back in the spotlight on its investigative program "The Fifth Estate," aired in September.
Madhu Chitkara has been recognised as a Visionary eduLEADER of India by Former President Pranab Mukherjee during the ReTHINK INDIA Fifth Estate Summit 2017 at Civil Services Officers' Institute (CSOI), New Delhi on December 11.
The conference took a very broad view of the fifth estate in its efforts to explore what is new and valued about the digital terrain.
29, CBC's Fifth Estate program broadcast Miner's Daughter, a follow-up to the show's original look at the issue, Powder Keg, which aired in 1979.
While we have had classics like Gandhi, Schindler's List, My left Foot and The King's Speech, there have been major letdowns like Diana, Jobs and The Fifth Estate.
The critical role that NGOs are playing in process of nation building initiatives makes them a powerful Fifth Estate working in tandem with the other four estates Judicial, Legislature, Bureaucracy and Media.
For example, Josh Singer, who co-wrote the Spotlight screenplay, also wrote the screenplay for The Fifth Estate (2013), a fictionalized account of Assange's life from the early days of WikiLeaks to his present status as an "asylum seeker" in the Ecuadorean embassy in London.
After his incredible ordeal, he has made appearances on Dateline NBC, 48 Hours Mystery, The Fifth Estate, I Survived, Dates from Hell and The Security Brief with Paul Viollis.
This led me in 2007 to designate blogs as the fifth estate.
On tonight's fifth estate, Egyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy talks about his upcoming trial and life in an Egyptian prison.
2857281) CBC 's new documentary, "The Fifth Estate," showed the Facebook report claiming that the man had used upwards of 90 screen names to find more potential victims.