Definition of 'foreign correspondent'
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COVER STORY (2002)
`It was bloody Jules Verne who made me become a foreign correspondent.THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (2002)
To be a journalist, a foreign correspondent in a place where there was something to fight for.CHAMELEON (2002)
Then Kay delivered news that affected Janet more personally: The New Yorker had not renewed Kay's accreditation as a foreign correspondent.ISAAC CAMPION (2002)
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