press cutting

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Noun1.press cutting - an excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazinepress cutting - an excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazine; "he searched through piles of letters and clippings"
excerpt, excerption, extract, selection - a passage selected from a larger work; "he presented excerpts from William James' philosophical writings"
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press cutting

press clipping nritaglio di giornale
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It included a number of press cuttings of interviews and also several letters in German, then some in the same German handwriting, but in English.
NOTORIOUS Press cuttings and logo on Satan's Slaves Facebook site
Contract Notice: The Scottish Information Commissioner (SIC) currently receives press cuttings on a daily basis, with Monday~s edition covering the weekend~s stories.
According to the Guardian, the book includes unpublished family photographs from the war years, along with facsimile images of the pages, which Lindgren peppered with press cuttings.
Hughie Morrow turned up at a drop-in session at the town library where he shared some of his memories and press cuttings.
The hospital said they had trawled press cuttings for articles about Savile's visits and interviewed three staff members involved in W's care and all were sure the disgraced celebrity had not been a visitor at that time.
But Jane has another reason to be concerned when she finds out that Bobby has been keeping a folder full of press cuttings about Lucy's murder.
But the book was a work of fiction by Irving, an author living on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza who was cobbling it together from previous biographies and press cuttings.
ACCORDING to my press cuttings service, yesterday was the first day since July 2011 when there was no mention in the British national press of the word "Leveson".
He brings together two manuscripts (one for each of the wars) and papers, official reports, diary entries, and press cuttings to create a narrative that traces Dean's enlistment in the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment in 1915 (even though he was underage) to his rise in rank from private to acting captain in World War I, his accounts of battles, and winning the Victoria Cross.
I'M very interested in press cuttings regarding the proposed monument in honour of the late Sgt Major Stanley Hollis VC.
Artists should send a CD demo with no more than two songs, a recent photograph or photographs, press releases or press cuttings and completed artist questionnaire to: