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  1. #1

    Human-interest

    Hello, what does the expression human-interest king of person means?

    Thanks & Regards
    Cmp

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    #2

    Re: Human-interest

    Hello Cmp,

    Would it have been "human interest kind of person"?

    MrP

  2. #3

    Re: Human-interest

    No, I'm sorry but the sentence is: I'm more of a human-interest king of guy (a journalist speaking, as opposed to a "war-correspondent")


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    #4

    Re: Human-interest

    Hello Cmp,

    It looks like a typo for "kind" to me – "king of guy" doesn't make any sense!

    MrP

  3. #5

    Re: Human-interest

    kind, sure

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