REPORTER


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REPORTERResearch Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (US NIH)
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"The slightest particulars are of interest to us just now," the reporter reminded him.
Coulson," the reporter reminded him, "from some one in Washington, to the captain of the steamer and to the station-master of the London and North Western Railway.
"Oh, you can't stop it that way," said the Reporter.
"That is a pretty good joke," said the Reporter, laughing as well as he could in the strangling rain - "a mule driver's prayer answered!"
Then, when he had confided the gruesome packet to the medical lawyer attached to the journal, he asked the lad, who was shortly to become famous as Rouletabille, what he would expect to earn as a general reporter on the "Epoque"?
Having said this, he begged the new reporter to retire, but before the youth had reached the door he called him back to ask his name.
"The men who had jobs in the asylum had found out I was a newspaper reporter. That made them afraid.
You are a reporter just as I was once and you have at- tracted my attention.
But a reporter's work is all hack from morning till night, is the one paramount thing of life.
'How do you--um!' he said, and the reporters wrote down.
So Daughtry and his crew went ashore into 'Frisco Town uheralded and unsung, the second following morning's lucubrations of the sea reporters being varied disportations upon the attack on an Italian crab fisherman by an enormous jellyfish.
It was the custom, he said, to send reporters to all the socialist meetings for the express purpose of misreporting and distorting what was said, in order to frighten the middle class away from any possible affiliation with the proletariat.