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- noun the act of
editorializing, or something editorialized
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It'd really be refreshing to read one of your posts without the added bitchy editorialization.
Can we expect CNN to end their war of words on conservatives anytime this decade, or is the new standard of journalistic excellence to allow editorialization when it pushes a certain world view?
Personally, I find that his little splashes of editorialization do more to detract from his news posts than anything else.
I do have to say that the editorialization made flipping through the notebook more amusing.
A notebook to remember Amanda 2008
Whether by association or editorialization, context can change how the message of a clip is perceived.
The concept of a blog "journal" that functions as a summary of the fields best posts accompanied by appropriate editorialization definitely carries some appeal, and works well enough.
Public Rambling Pedro Beltrao 2007
We also like to pretend that scores are scientific, when in fact they represent a massive editorialization of what is important, and by how much.
Scoring Clark Aldrich 2006
The venerated Washington Post is above such trivialities as so-called ‘objective factual research’ prior to editorialization, owing to the far more pressing concern of generating advertising revenue of sufficient magnitude so that all stakeholders can luxuriate in a ‘Scrooge McDuck’-style frolic in a swimming pool filled with lucre, after which Jeeves will serve caviar burritos and thimbles of Sherry.
Anyone who has read Drudge for any period of time knows that this posting which comes without editorialization, unlike most so-called progressive media only states a fact.
Franklin took the basic almanac format and added humor and satire and a little political insight, a little political editorialization.