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think piece

An article that presents news analysis, background material, and the author's opinions, as in Her goal was to write think pieces but the editor kept assigning crime stories. [c. 1940]
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While Jewish writers appear to excel in the novel, the short story, think pieces, historical essays, and the sermonic art, few have attained the status of immortals in that most demanding of genres, poetry.
They will be given training and support to speak at major events; write conversation-starting op-eds and think pieces for major outlets; and build their social media platforms.
That bit of color commentary comes courtesy of Micah Zenko, the most important foreign-policy writer you've never heard of, a natsec journalist's natsec journalist, known among the drone-strike cognoscenti for his think pieces, whose soundness and sobriety is enhanced rather than undermined by the dashes of Attic salt dispensed on the author's Twitter account.
We started well and got an early goal, but I don't think we ever got enough control of the game, "I think pieces of our play were very good.
He'll oversee the gathering of capital markets data, identify trends, and disseminate the latest information on the capital markets through white papers, think pieces end other reports.
Using success profiles, practical how-to advice, and green-economy think pieces, multiple-award-winning author Shel Horowitz shows how to be BOTH green and profitable--no need to choose one over the other.
YOU PUT A RECORD OUT, THERE ARE SOME THINK PIECES, MAYBE TWO OR THREE THAT SHIT ON YOUR BAND, SHIT ON WHAT YOU DO AND THEN THAT'S IT.
I don't know if I'm wide of the mark but I've started to think pieces of a jigsaw are falling into place.
Not everybody just switches off and reads Westerns or crime novels during the summer - some people just produce these think pieces because you have to have think pieces to fill the space," Mr Morgan said.
Think pieces that channel the bohemian traveller, with influences from Ibiza, Miami, India and beyond, all within your wallet's reach.
This outstanding collection of essays and think pieces on governance examines the subject from all angles and perspectives--something that would be impossible in a conventional single-author approach.
First, there was nothing, nada, ahead of time from the Washington Post - - no touching profiles of courageous individuals, no directions/maps explaining where people would be meeting, no think pieces about "what it all means" - - no "buzz" whatsoever.
It has around 100 columnists and semi-regular contributors, and runs smartly-written think pieces by the likes of Newt Gingrich, James Pinkerton, and Michael Fumento.
Stephen Hume and Jonathan Manthorpe assigned to my department to write major think pieces.
If your group lacks such written policies, plans, think pieces or summary reports, or such are not readily available, the "why are we doing this" of every effort or objective can beg for an answer.