Documentary [noun]

Definition of Documentary:

investigative report

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The couple, also known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, will produce an array of works including scripted and documentary series, documentary films, scripted features and children’s programming, the company said in an emailed statement Wednesday.

In 2016, Anat Zalmanson-Kuznetsov, the daughter of Edward Kutznetsov and Sylva Zalmanson, the only woman charged in the hijacking, directed Operation Wedding, a documentary about the event.

Among the projects in the works is a feature-length documentary that will not feature Shopify’s brand nor any merchants that use its e-commerce platform, North said.

A typical week might include doing a research roundup for our Monday show, helping book a guest for a Thursday show and pulling archival audio for a long-term documentary project.

I read A Brief History of Time, and I saw some documentaries about Hawking.

There is no documentary evidence to fix the exact date, but it is generally assumed to have been 907.

The first documentary evidence of the existence of the merchant gild appears in 1242.

To do this has rendered my history, to a large extent, documentary, instead of being a mere popular narrative.

Briefly it would be necessary for him to go to London, to secure documentary evidence.

"My husband is coming from London," she asserted, searching in her reticule for documentary evidence.