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press corps

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpress corpsˈpress corps noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š TCNa group of news reporters working at the place where something important is happening πŸ”Š the White House press corps
Examples from the Corpus
press corpsβ€’ The invited press corps kept its distance from Holden, leaving him in peace to concentrate on his performance.β€’ Remember when she invited the press corps in to sample her favorite cookie recipe?β€’ The important visitors filed in after them, and then the members of the press corps.β€’ The press corps has begun to praise him with faint damns.β€’ But they were no ordinary members of the Washington press corps.
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