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    Newsman Edwin Newman dies at age 91

    Another giant of journalism has passed on, Edwin Newman, long-time NBC newsman, but also a crusty grammarian.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/16/bu...e&ref=business
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    Re: Newsman Edwin Newman dies at age 91

    One of my favorites. He always took his job seriously, but never too seriously. A true TV journalist. One of the last of a dying breed. RIP

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    Re: Newsman Edwin Newman dies at age 91

    I remember him well on the nightly news and other news programs. He always reminded me of a crusty old profressor. He was very good at his profession and a credit to it. R.I.P Mr. Newman
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