|one who compiles and presents reports, scribe, somebody who reports something||rapporteur|
|according to report, according to rumor, according to reports||reportedly|
|advanced program for financial and account management and preparing tax reports (intended for large or small businesses)||Quicken|
|Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel (1832-1923), French engineer, designer of the Eiffel Tower; object-oriented programming language which compiles into C code (produced by Interactive Software Engineering)||Eiffel|
|American company that manufactures comprehensive programs for financial management and preparing tax reports||Intuit|
|author, writer; typist, scribe, somebody skilled at handwriting, somebody skilled at writing||penman|
|author; one who writes; copier, scribe, person who wrote document, somebody who can write, somebody who writes as profession||writer|
|book of Bible, Hebrew priest, Hebrew scribe and prophet of 5th century BC (Biblical); book of the Bible named for Ezra; male first name||Ezra|
|booty, spoil, plunder; money (Slang), lot of presents or purchases, rob and destroy, steal, despoil, spoils of war or riot, steal loot from, stolen goods||loot|
|bringer, holder of redeemable note, pallbearer, person or thing that bears or carries; plant or tree which produces fruit; person who presents a money order, porter||bearer|
|broadcast news reports through the Internet (especially with audio and video files)||webcast|
|business dealing with a distant business, corresponding, reporter, journalist; person who exchanges letters with another, somebody communicating by writing, somebody providing special reports, something that corresponds||correspondent|
|compiler of court proceedings, journalist, one who gathers information and writes news articles, somebody who compiles legislative proceedings, somebody who reports, somebody who reports news||reporter|
|copyist, one who copies manuscripts; public clerk; notary public, person authorized to certify documents and take legal statements, professional copyist or scribe||scrivener|
|exhibiter, one who presents or displays, one who participates in an exhibition, somebody who screens a movie, somebody with work on display||exhibitor|
|female newscaster, female broadcaster (on television), woman anchor on sports team, woman who presents news||anchorwoman|
|infomercial salesperson, somebody who presents something, submitter, one who hands over, one who offers; one who demonstrates, one who displays, TV or radio announcer||presenter|
|intercessor, one who presents the cause of another in court, advocate||advocator|
|journalist, one who gathers information and writes news reports||rep. (reporter)|
|man weather forecaster, one who reports the weather||weatherman|
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