slick magazine


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Noun1.slick magazine - a magazine printed on good quality paper
mag, magazine - a periodic publication containing pictures and stories and articles of interest to those who purchase it or subscribe to it; "it takes several years before a magazine starts to break even or make money"
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The former was printed on slick magazine paper rather than cheap newsprint, and it featured a lot of full-color art in its interiors--hand-colored art at that, which was unheard-of in comic books up until then.
A friend recently passed on a slick magazine to me published by a religious right group.
A very good columnist, but nevertheless one churning out disposal words meant to fill the space between adds in a slick magazine and, as likely as not, seeing print without benefit of a second, let alone of a third, pass of his word-processor.
Aviation Safely is a slick magazine with very interesting articles, but I was particularly interested in your winter flying article in the January 2012 edition.
a slick magazine automat that can sit outside of cafes or pharmacies
In 1982, she bought out one of the original partners in Arkansas Writers Project and was part of the team that launched Arkansas Business in 1984 and a slick magazine called Southern in 1986.
The paper was crammed with material guaranteed to make daily newspaper nostalgics swoon: a lavish comics section featuring the hippest cartoonists, a slick magazine section, more than 100 pages of book reviews, and long, serious investigative reporting on matters local, national, and international.
Dodgers executives, understandably, are unhappy to pick up this slick magazine, this local arbiter of upscale cool, this guidebook for the mud-bath set, to find their franchise described as ``a ballclub we no longer recognize .
And they're being heavily marketed via slick magazine ads and TV commercials directly to consumers, who are encouraged to request them from their doctors by brand name.
A writer once suggested that it's impossible for visitors to truly "see" the Grand Canyon, as it actually is, because their minds are burdened with preconceived notions derived from slick magazine advertisements, postcards, and travel brochures.
Musician, if nothing else, was Billboard's snotty shard tossed to a horde of wannabes, ersatz bass players, myself included, keyboard noodlers, and air-fret maestros who hobnobbed with the stars courtesy of slick magazine stock.
The slick magazine, which has become the connoisseurs' bible, features a "Dear Marvin" letters section.