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Synonyms for editorial

an article giving opinions or perspectives

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org/) Kaiser Health News , a nonprofit health newsroom whose stories appear in news outlets nationwide, is an editorially independent part of the Kaiser Family Foundation.
So the Anglican Journal is editorially independent; now what?
The BBC's proposed Farsi TV Channel is an editorially independent specialist TV service for the people of Iran and I am pleased to announce that we are making available the resources for this today.
We welcomed your comments, listened to your feedback and worked very hard this year to improve UBRT editorially and functionally.
Connie Kang compares the "Do-It-Yourself Religion" or "mix and match spirituality" of contemporary Americans to choosing combinations from a buffet or wardrobe or editorially "cutting and pasting" in a word processing program.
I can't tell you how glad I am to see J@pan Inc going strong, at least editorially.
Among other issues, the two papers had varying stances editorially on the war in Iraq and the expansion of a local monorail system.
Indeed, the New York Times hailed him editorially for his anti-lynching efforts, which the paper reported had won him the 'gratitude' of South Carolina blacks.
In the words of Publisher Steve Custer, TOP PRODUCER is now "as unique graphically as it is editorially.
Nature Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary journal editorially independent of Nature, but still adheres to the same editorial and publishing values.
GMTV bosses will now trawl through their vast archive of tapes to ensure any mentions made by Phillips could be justified editorially.
CLR will continue to provide links to the best of the available free legal sites, while also providing links to current, affordable, and editorially enhanced commercial data and services.
Pernick surveyed a geographically and editorially diverse set of newspapers, as well as elite publications like medical journals, and, from the coverage of Haiselden's actions, culled every instance he could find of individuals' expressions of opinion on the issue of how to treat abnormal newborns.
However, as we said editorially in early December, the Justice Department could and should call for an independent counsel if credible and specific evidence suggested that higher officials (such as the president) were involved in illegal activity.
Another reason was the strong stand taken editorially in the St.