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microblog

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌblɒɡ)
n
a blog in which there is a limit on the length of individual postings
ˈmicroˌblogger n
ˈmicroˌblogging n
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Besides being a microblogger, dancer, LGBT rights advocate, animal rights activist, and culinary explorer, George is the force the emerging 365 Days of Dance project.
This is another heavy slap to anyone who harbours any illusions of the so-called 'new Xi-Li governance'," one microblogger wrote, referring to President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang, in office since last year.
An example of a post referencing sleep is the following, where the microblogger expresses a negative assessment (realised via an emoticon) of being unable to fall sleep:
It debuted on the Nasdaq Thursday, but the microblogger had to cut its offering from 20 million shares to just under 17 million shares, raising less money than expected.
Originally I was considering traveling in Malaysia this year, now I think their country is so disgusting," wrote another microblogger.
You have endured extreme hot and cold temperatures and shown us what we have never seen," Xinhua quoted one microblogger as saying.
In some cases, a microblogger may have reincarnated himself hundreds of times in order to stay active on the Internet.
3 (Xinhua-ANI): Actress and well-known microblogger Yao Chen is suing a newspaper for damaging her reputation, a Beijing court said Wednesday.
Speculation has mounted that it is an organised campaign, and columnist and microblogger Lian Peng said he bought a new iPad Friday "on purpose" and will "seriously consider buying an iPhone 5".
Bruce Wang, another microblogger, wrote that "China Central Television [the official channel] intensively reports the rape case in India.
A microblogger is a social networking tool that allows the user to post real-time short messages that have a maximum of 140 characters (Manzo, 2009).
The microblogger contends that according to Section 2703(d) of the federal Stored Communications Act (SCA), "[a] court issuing an order pursuant to this section, on a motion made promptly by the service provider, may quash or modify such order, if .