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Use "ombudsmen" in a sentence
"That's why, I think, the rise of ombudsmen -- in other words, people who really monitor the newspaper and listen to the readers 'complaints and listen to what's going on inside a newspaper -- are a very good thing indeed."
"It was decided during the meeting that an investigation by the ombudsmen was the best way of determining what happened to the Strabane woman who died at Altnagelvin Hospital in"
"Members and staff of the House often assist constituents in their dealings with administrative agencies by acting as facilitators or "ombudsmen"."