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cjr.org — Bespoken for An article labeled as news fawned last week over the new Jaguar XE, which was introduced in London in a manner fit for James Bond, dangling from helicopter and crossing the Thames on a speedboat. Repeating the company's press materials almost verbatim, the article said the "fine-grain leathers and details such as contrasting twin-needle stitching give the cabin a bespoke quality."
Sep 16, 2014

RT @raju: The @nytimes used the word "bespoke" more than any other US publication in the last three months via @CJR cjr.org/language_corne…

Sep 16, 2014

RT @raju: The @nytimes used the word "bespoke" more than any other US publication in the last three months via @CJR cjr.org/language_corne…

Sep 16, 2014

RT @raju: The @nytimes used the word "bespoke" more than any other US publication in the last three months via @CJR cjr.org/language_corne…

Sep 16, 2014

RT @raju: The @nytimes used the word "bespoke" more than any other US publication in the last three months via @CJR cjr.org/language_corne…

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