account or statement of events, speeches, proceedings, the results of investigations, &c., " brought back " by one who was
See also:present either casually or sent for the specific purpose, hence reputation, rumour . A
See also:special sense, that of a loud
See also:noise, as of the
See also:explosion of firearms, appears as early as the end of the 16th century . For the reports of speeches,
See also:parliamentary debates, &c., in the daily
See also:press see
See also:REPORTING below, and for the particular
See also:form of
See also:law reporting see
See also:ENGLISH LAW;
See also:AMERICAN LAW .
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