There was no breath of life in it, and yet it sold, at two cents a word, twenty dollars a thousand - the newspaper clipping
had said so.
This letter, which lies before me, is a narrative in his own handwriting, linking together numerous newspaper clippings
and facsimiles of letters.
A newspaper clipping
, a mysterious envelope, and a torn-out page are among the clues of what's to come in the next season of the psychological thriller about a cyber-security engineer who turns into a vigilante hacker by night.
I was recently handed an old newspaper clipping
believed to be from the 1950s sometime, detailing a tigerfish caught in the Kasai channel which cuts between the Zambezi and Chobe rivers where Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe meet.
The photo from a newspaper clipping
shows him in 1983.
13), a friend sent me the newspaper clipping
as I am not from your area and therefore one could say that the Kilton Mine Tip is none of my business but I do feel that your readers might like to read the opinion of a non local.
If you've always harboured a secret desire to work as a Fleet Street hack, you can create your very own newspaper clipping
Mrs Draper, of course, still has the original photograph and newspaper clipping
His "historical" tour de force was a yellowed newspaper clipping
he kept in his Bible History, which he would brandish every year when we got to the story of Jonah and the whale.
Today, we take for granted the ability to copy a newspaper clipping
or a legal paper.
Take a newspaper clipping
out of your pocket and show it.
COUNTRYSIDE: This newspaper clipping
tells the story of what could happen if a large number of very poor people would be forced to try to stay alive by "homesteading.