|journalist reporting from abroad||foreign correspondent|
|abroad, away from, forward; further, onward; outward; out, into view||forth|
|act of reshipping overseas, act of exporting again, export again, reship abroad, resend to another country||reexport|
|alter the format of computer data, product sold abroad, selling of goods abroad, send goods abroad, ship, send abroad, sell overseas, shipping of goods to other countries; storage of data in a format which can be read by other programs (Computers), spr...||export|
|American research and educational institution located in Washington DC (operates 16 museums, a zoo, and research facilities in the United States and abroad)||Smithsonian Institution|
|ancient Roman magistrate, former French official, government official working abroad, official chosen by a government to represent its interests in a foreign country||consul|
|auxiliary member of wing, freelance or part-time journalist, horizontal timber, narrow mineral vein, one who arranges objects on a string; horizontal timber; part-time journalist who covers a local area and supplies stories to a newspaper published in ...||stringer|
|available funds, cover, covering; survey, review; news reporting; insurance against potential damage, degree of covering, insurance protection, media attention, media audience||coverage|
|banish, expel, deport, exile, one who lives in a foreign country, exiled, living in a foreign country, expel somebody from his or her own country, relating to those living abroad, settle abroad, somebody who has moved abroad, somebody without citizensh...||expatriate|
|be a military adventurer abroad, give long speeches in order to delay or prevent a decision from being made; intentionally delay debate; lead a filibuster; engage in unauthorized revolutionary activities in foreign countries, legislative obstructor, po...||filibuster|
|book copier, clerk, copier of Jewish religious documents, copyist, copier of manuscripts; public clerk; author, writer; Jewish scholar who transcribed edited and interpreted Biblical scrolls (Judaism), journalist, mark lines on something, scriber, writ...||scribe|
|bring from another place; bring in goods from a foreign country; signify, imply; be important, be significant, bring in from abroad, bring in from outside, bringing in of goods from another country; meaning, significance; loading into a program of a fi...||import|
|building in which products are manufactured; any location which mass-produces one type of product (can be used figuratively), building where goods are manufactured, place abroad where agents did business, productive place||factory|
|business dealing with a distant business, corresponding, reporter, journalist; person who exchanges letters with another, somebody communicating by writing, somebody providing special reports, something that corresponds||correspondent|
|characteristic of people of particular nation, citizen of particular nation, citizen; subject of a country (especially referring to people living abroad who are entitled to protection from their native country), competition involving contestants from w...||national|
|chief journalist, one who prepares printed matter for publication (i.e. newspaper, book, etc.); one who revises, one who reviews and corrects, publishing supervisor, somebody controlling program content, somebody who edits film, text corrector, text ed...||editor|
|commodities imported from abroad; (US Environmental Protection ) urban solid waste and recyclable products that have been transferred to a state or place to be processed or for final placement which did not originate in that state or place; (Electric u...||imports|
|compiler of court proceedings, journalist, one who gathers information and writes news articles, somebody who compiles legislative proceedings, somebody who reports, somebody who reports news||reporter|
|Daniel Defoe (1652?-1731), English author and journalist, author of "Robinson Crusoe"||Defoe|
|document, record, describe, report; keep a journal, write in a journal; make entries in a journal (Accounting); work in journalism, work in newspaper reporting, record events in a journal||journalize|
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