Example sentences of "[noun] ' [noun] " in BNC.

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1 They will examine the social importance of journalists ' work over the last 25 years , particularly with regards to the Troubles .
2 However , Paletz and his colleagues remain critical of the journalists ' over-reliance on official sources of information about the riot ( i.e. the mayor and chief of police ) which helped to frame the event as the successful police suppression of a naked spree of lawlessness .
3 There is a growing trend towards greater protection for journalists ' sources in Europe , according to Ms D'Souza .
4 There are other provisions of the 1981 Act which have either created difficulties in practice ( as in the case of s.8 which is headed ‘ Confidentiality of Jury 's Deliberations ’ ) or which have been interpreted restrictively ( as in the case of s.10 , which is concerned with the protection of journalists ' sources of information ) .
5 Freedom of the press encompassed " journalists ' freedom of expression and of creation , access to sources of information , protection of independence and professional confidentiality , and the right to establish newspapers and other publications " .
6 There was no article concerning the freedom of the press and the bans on journalists ' activities were broadened .
7 There was no article concerning the freedom of the press and the bans on journalists ' activities were broadened .
8 Journalists ' associations compared the seizing of the tapes to China intercepting satellite transmissions to track down ‘ counter-revolutionaries ’ .
9 Suddenly , I thought of St Bride 's , the journalists ' church in Fleet Street .
10 MP and broadcasting expert Roger Gale said : ‘ I think it just a cheap journalists ' trick on behalf of The Sun to try to score points over their rivals . ’
11 After half an hour or so , when some of the journalists ' drinking arms were a blur , Jefferson banged on the table .
12 The public survey echoed the journalists ' views on British companies — but only one in 20 thought ICI was doing enough to reduce its effect on the environment .
13 New Broadcasting Corporation — Journalists ' Union congress
14 Kravchenko came in for fierce criticism at the seventh congress of the USSR Journalists ' Union held on Feb. 5-7 , over the return of political censorship of state television , as witnessed recently in the withdrawal of the Vzglyad documentary series and the return by the flagship news programme Vremya to official propaganda and exhortation .
15 On the journalists ' evidence , if the directives had been in force during the previous twelve months the effect on air time would have been minimal .
16 If you can be as … affected as you seem to have been by answering journalists ' questions , perhaps I 'd be wiser to wait for publication of results , like everyone else .
17 At the PDA 600 Pen Pad launch ( see front ) , he responded to journalists ' concern that the pen would go missing : ‘ We give three away free in the box … after that they are £500 each ’ .
18 The launch of the country 's first private newspaper was announced last week by a journalists ' cooperative called Media-Coop , based in Maputo .
19 Haughey 's resignation came after the speaker of the Senate and former Justice Minister , Sean Doherty , revealed that Haughey had been fully informed of the tapping of two journalists ' telephones by police in 1982 in an effort to trace Cabinet leaks .
20 Marvellous similes flowed from journalists ' pens .
21 Sweden goes furthest , with legislation focusing on informers ' rather than journalists ' rights , and imposing an obligation on those working in the media to protect sources of confidential information .
22 Is it one of those reactions that occur spontaneously when journalists ' ink is mixed with an equal measure of pure ignorance ?
23 Even more than in the earlier conflict , direct vetting of journalists ' copy and reliance on allied debriefings ensure that military priorities squeeze out alternative perspectives and agendas .
24 Televised information is based on a code of ethics established in the Journalists ' Charter .
25 To avoid this routine ignominy , you need to turn the journalists ' boredom to your own advantage .
26 As one door would close , they would move on to another , never surrendering faith in the need for a popular paper that , in Hayling 's words , ‘ at the very least reflects the decent humanity in this country ’ , ’ he wrote in the journalists ' trade paper , UK Press Gazette .
27 The German journalists ' trade union ( DJV ) criticized the new law , which , it said , represented " the most serious effort at limiting freedom of the press " since the time of Nazi Germany .
28 The Medical Journalists ' Association 1989 award for the most outstanding contribution to medical journalism has been won by Nicholas Timmins , The Independent 's Health Services Correspondent .
29 Letters or articles advocating a switch to political pluralism ‘ would be an act against socialism , ’ according to Mr Tran Cong Man , Deputy Secretary General of the Journalists ' Association .
30 Many drugs will be available over the counter instead of by doctor 's order only , Health Secretary Virginia Bottomley told the Medical Journalists ' Association in London yesterday .
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