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  1. Journalists

    Journalism

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of journalists in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

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    The numerical value of journalists in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of journalists in a Sentence

  1. James Comey:

    In my view, a huge portion of WikiLeaks' activities has nothing to do with legitimate newsgathering, informing the public and commenting on important public controversies, but is simply about releasing classified information to damage the US, people sometimes get cynical about journalists -- American journalists do not do that. They will almost always call us before they publish classified information and say, 'is there anything about this that is going to put lives in danger -- that is going to jeopardize government people, military people, or innocent civilians anywhere in the world?'.

  2. Mathias Doepfner:

    Is it going to take the jobs of journalists? What we can see is exactly the opposite. We can now do things we could never afford in analogue days when we could only rely on big teams of journalists.

  3. Toe Zaw Latt:

    Lots of citizen journalists know that these kind of records are really important, the [ junta has been ] accused of crimes against humanity. The more remote, the more abuses because no one is watching.

  4. Toe Zaw Latt:

    This is not over. There is a coup, there is a huge army with guns, but we are not going to give up. For journalists, of course, there is danger, we are facing huge difficulties, but we are not going to give up.

  5. Chris Yeung:

    Press freedom in Hong Kong is dying, it's a fine for all journalists.

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