Definition of 'journo'
Example sentences containing 'journo'
`There's always a journo who meets someone who knew someone who knew something.MURDER SONG (2002)
Once she'd established she was a caring friend, she just had to go into journo mode.KICK BACK (2002)
he asked, doing his impersonation of a tabloid journo as he poked through the char siu pork to get at the bean sprouts below.KICK BACK (2002)
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