news sheet


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news sheet

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newssheet

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1. (Journalism & Publishing) a simple form of document or publication giving news and information
2. (Journalism & Publishing) another name for newsletter1
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news sheet

nnotiziario, bollettino
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She folded her news sheet in half and put it close to her eye so she could see it.
Rosie, 61, has transcribed them into a book - Cairo to Perugia - which also contains photographs, letters, notes and articles from the 58th General Hospital's news sheet, The Odyssey.
handed out a news sheet with the headlines from back home this week.
A report in the ILP's news sheet Forward said: "It was impossible to imagine the misery which would result from this war.
Founders Morgan Williams and David John produced the Welsh language paper Utgorn Cymru, The Trumpet of Wales, and an English language Chartist news sheet,The Advocate and Free Press, in the 1840s.
In between feeds there is plenty to keep passengers occupied and the Horizon on-board daily news sheet details times and locations of activities like line-dancing, guest speakers, exercise classes, and film and musical events.
Mukhito, who rose from being a guard commander of Mutharika s security, had been accused of mishandling anti-government riots last year in which 19 people were killed, as well as the mysterious death of a university political activist who published a news sheet highly critical of the government.
The first issue of The Wall Street Journal, a four-page news sheet, appeared on July 8, 1889.
He established a weekly news sheet which was Norman's introduction to journalism, starting as a delivery boy and graduating to writing.
There is fascinating stuff here, whether it's the 16th-century news sheet bearing an engraved scene depicting the execution of Huguenots in Amboise, France, the Charleston Mercury's account of South Carolina's secession in 1860 under the headline "The Union is Dissolved
Roman Catholic nun, Sister Glenn Anne McPhee, who used to be education secretary at the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, was on the list - apparently because an Afghan man used McPhee as an alias - according to the ACLU and San Francisco Faith, an online news sheet for the diocese where the sister now works.
Well, if you read the latest Liberal Democrat Focus news sheet you would not think things are going too well in Redcar & Cleveland with a 4.