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In the news business, that is known as "burying the lead."
Burying the lead is a characteristic of an academic writing style.
But let's not bury the lead: it's also a serious turn-on.
In journalism, this is called burying the lead, a cardinal sin.
Seems to us the Beeb buried the lead, though.
I thought, Why would he bury the lead?
The Apple events flip the script on the traditional "don't bury the lead" way of pushing out news.
But the anonymous writer did something those in the reporting business call burying the lead:
This time he didn’t bury the lead.
In what Winfrey has called the most important interview of her television career, she couldn't be accused of burying the lead.
They sort of buried the lead.
It’s what journalists call burying the lead.
We did bury the lead what.
Writers are often admonished "Don't bury the lead!"
Your article buried the lead.
The opposite, the failure to mention the most important, interesting or attention-grabbing elements of a story in the opening paragraphs, is called burying the lead.
Bury the lead, Steve.
He is a master at burying the lead, and of letting the reader infer an important event only through a glimpse of its aftermath.
BEING a president and not a journalist, Barack Obama buried the lead.
Chatterbox Buries the Lead!
This is not what one wants to learn on Page 593 of an autobiography — one might consider it (to use a journalistic term) "burying the lead."
A May 1 news release from the OPM buries the lead by putting information about the increase halfway into the document.
Bury the Lead (2004) Simon Redner (1 Episode)
Bass played the lead character in Bury the Lead and was nominated for a Gemini Award for his role.
I’m concerned we might all be burying the lede here.
Actually, never mind about the teams; I've buried the lede there.
Classify this one under the heading: How to bury the lede.
But I've buried the lede here, big time.
Burying the lede - Maddow reported on a story that she believed should have received more attention than it did.
Did they sorta bury the lede by focusing so much on the dancing in suits?
And look, I buried the lede.
There are few worse sins in journalism than "burying the lede," and here I'm going to have to plead no contest.
But I’m burying the lede here.
"You buried the lede," another journalist said, explaining that I'd hidden the most timely, significant and explosive elements in my earlier draft.
Talk about burying the lede.
In journalism, that's called "burying the lede."
Burying the Lede (News stories with alarming tidbits buried down in the story)
Ride 218 is named, partly for my benefit, 'Bury the Lede' - a journalist's euphemism for obfuscation.
Anyway, yeah, buried the lede: Charisma Carpenter played Ariana Grande's mom!
That’s all just burying the lede, though, given that what it really was was the episode in which Roger did LSD.
"Burying the Lede - News as Art" - NYTimes.com
Far from burying the lede, this report highlights CBO's undercutting of the Obama Administration's claims.
Don't write a long preamble and expect the recipient to read 500 words before getting to the action -- in the news business, this is called "burying the lede."
Person of Interest - in the Season 2 episode "Bury the Lede", John Reese pretends to be an actuary
I'm sorry to bury the lede, but the story of his first term is that he basically tried to do what he said he would do, and he mostly succeeded.
And this is portentous news for visual artists, whose abiding attachment to ink-on-paper journalism is on vivid display in "Burying the Lede," a show on view through Oct.
But the paper was burying the lede: by the fall of 1863 Mr. Delany - Martin Robison Delany, the nation's foremost advocate for black migration out of the country - had become one of Uncle Sam's best recruiters.
The recent PBS documentary "Philip Roth: Unmasked" buried the lede, as the expression goes - so deeply, in fact, as to not mention at all the most pertinent bit of news about its subject: Philip Roth has retired from writing.
But, interestingly, when Gaye wrote the liner notes meant to introduce the world to his new release, he kind of buried the lede, as journalists say, refusing to give any “general information type stuff” about what his album would offer to an audience that came to include several generations of listeners.