newspaper columnist

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Noun1.newspaper columnist - a columnist who writes for newspapers
agony aunt - a newspaper columnist who answers questions and offers advice on personal problems to people who write in
columnist, editorialist - a journalist who writes editorials
gossip columnist - a journalist who writes a column of gossip about celebrities
newspaper critic - a critic who writes a column for the newspapers
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My Own Four Walls: A Philadelphia Newspaper Columnist as Homesteader Between the Wars
A leading female newspaper columnist suggested breast feeding should be a private thing and not pushed on to unsuspecting diners and High Street shoppers.
NEWSPAPER columnist, broadcaster and former MP Matthew Parris is to open an exhibition in Durham.
WELL-KNOWN author and newspaper columnist Owen Jones is to speak at an anti-austerity event in Coventry next week.
Plame left the CIA after her covert identity was compromised by information leaked to a newspaper columnist in 2003.
Newspaper columnist Sarah Vine said her husband doted on their son and daughter.
one day he would get it mixed up with the one to call the maid" Writer and former Fleet Street editor Sir Max Hastings on the prospect of the Mayor of London entering 10, Downing Street "When I see a sign advertising CD's and DVD's, I become so angry that my teeth start to fall out" Newspaper columnist Jeremy Clarkson on the misuse of the apostrophe "I am a strange shape: quite small hips, but broad shoulders and back, like an upside-down pear.
Common sense would dictate that shopping at bargain stores, saving coupons and turning off unwanted lights would help our budgets, but there are plenty more ways in which we can look after the pennies as newspaper columnist Mrs Moneypenny reveals.
"What's wrong with women, anyway?" wrote Al-Hayat newspaper columnist Badriya Al-Bishr, who pointed out that women had recently gathered politely at the ministry's entrance.
The presenter, newspaper columnist and writer (her first novel, Liverpool-inspired All The Nice Girls was published in 2009 at the age of 76), will speak about The Silver Revolution - Old age...
As their relationship moves forward, Maggie and Joe sort out clues as to the deaths of her husband and the newspaper columnist, unaware her husband's spirit is hanging around, looking out for Maggie, who is in more danger than she and Joe realize.