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1comentarista masculino, femenino
- A comment by a leading commentator on British industrial performance, David Coates, is suggestive.
- Indeed, commentators often observe that it is almost impossible to know where the Prime Minister ends and his adviser begins.
- Although the President denied bowing to industry pressure, few analysts or commentators were convinced.
- At a stroke, all the critics and commentators who had bridled at the appointment of a foreign manager were silenced.
- The City and economics commentators have broadly endorsed this approach.
- But the British commentators and pundits appear only to see them through English eyes.
- As already noted, some feminists and social commentators have commented on its limitations.
- Most economic commentators now expect interest to be cut at least once more before Christmas.
- His films have divided critics and commentators like those of no other American director.
- There are as many interpretations as there are commentators, so I may as well offer my own.
- This was pointed out by commentators from leading Danish and international media.
- This is a widely held view among analysts and commentators, a number of whom are quoted in the memo.
- All the critics and commentators had to do was sit back and wait for the new golden age of cinema.
- He is a commentator and writer.
- Another commentator wrote recently about a growing tidal wave fast engulfing Labour.
- He has also made a name for himself as an expert commentator on the latest trends in gifts and gizmos.
- As always during a crisis, the commentators and critics are clogging America's talk shows.
- He then spent months as a television commentator criticizing the president's action.
- The danger lies in the possibility of hype from investors, pundits and poorly informed commentators.
- I'm a fan of her as an author, but as a social commentator she's way off-beam.
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