A person who writes letters to a person or a newspaper, esp. on a regular basis
she wasn't much of a correspondent
A person employed to report for a newspaper or broadcasting organization, typically on a particular subject or from a particular country
a White House correspondent
analogous: similar or equivalent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar; "brains and computers are often considered analogous"; "salmon roe is marketed as analogous to caviar"
someone who communicates by means of letters
a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media
(correspondence) communication by the exchange of letters
(correspondence) agreement: compatibility of observations; "there was no agreement between theory and measurement"; "the results of two tests were in correspondence"
(correspondence) commensurateness: the relation of corresponding in degree or size or amount
A correspondent or on-the-scene reporter is a journalist or commentator who contributes reports to a newspaper, or radio or television news, from a remote, often distant, location. A foreign correspondent is stationed in a foreign country. ...
The Correspondent was a publication produced at Harvard University (with no official connection to the university) between 1961 and 1965 with articles and opinion on foreign and defense policy of the U.S. by critics and academics sympathetic to the peace movement. ...
Correspondenten was a Norwegian newspaper, published in Skien in Telemark county.
(Correspondence (Peter Godwin album)) Correspondence is the first full-length studio album by Peter Godwin. The album was released in 1983.
(Correspondence (theology)) In theology, correspondence is the relationship between spiritual and natural realities, or between mental and physical realities. ...
(The Correspondents) The Correspondents is the longest-running investigative documentary show of ABS-CBN in the Philippines. It brings an in-depth look at the lives of people as they are living it, going through hardships, and celebrating their joys. It is journalism with a heart.
(correspondence) Friendly discussion; Reciprocal exchange of civilities, especially conversation between persons by means of letters; An agreement of situations or objects with an expected outcome; Newspaper or news stories, generally; Postal or other written communications; Another name ...
(Correspondents) A company that originates, possesses, and administers mortgage loans or other real estate investments on a continuing basis for investors.
(Correspondents) Non-staff reporters who send in news from outside.
(Correspondents) are those who write this communication: Rhoda Lott has lived among the corps of foreign correspondent for several years.
(Correspondence) Letters, postcards, memoranda, notes, telecommunications, electronic mail, and any other form of addressed, written communications sent and received.
(CORRESPONDENCE) In E. D. Hirsch's objective (historical) criticism, a basic criterion used to establish a reading as probably accurate. An interpretation exhibits correspondence is it acknowledges and accounts for all linguistic elements in the text. Compare organic unity. ...
(Correspondence) (letters) by George Sand and her contemporaries (see "Writings by George Sand" link below — some of these letters are available in English translation); Autobiographical writings as mentioned above (several of these also available from Gutenberg website).
(Correspondence) An item that has a magickal association. Correspondences include: days, planets, moon phases, herbs, oils, colors, gemstones, Zodiac signs, hours, etc.
(Correspondence) Certified proctoring site for administering exams for other colleges/universities
(Correspondence) Correlative associations in the form of non-local and/or genetic connections. Therefore, unlike the principle of causality, which involves the linear sequence of cause and effects, the principle of correspondence categorizes the non-local connections. (See Entanglement)
(Correspondence) Ed. Lynn Horth. Evanston, IL and Chicago: Northwestern University Press and The Newberry Library (1993). ISBN 0-8101-0995-6
(Correspondence) Interoffice memoranda, letters, postal cards, printed information slips, etc.
(Correspondence) The magickal property of an item, symbol or even a specific time (more info here).