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press association

press′ associa`tion


n.
1. an organization formed for the purpose of gathering news for transmittal to its members.
2. an association of publishers in a particular area.
[1875–80, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.press association - an agency to collects news reports for newspapers and distributes it electronically
agency - a business that serves other businesses
syndicate - a news agency that sells features or articles or photographs etc. to newspapers for simultaneous publication
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"The Press Association have cabled to America, but no one seems to be able to make out exactly who the fellow is.
Senior government sources have told the Press Association that tensions between Treasury and Number 10 officials have reached boiling point over the prime minister's spending intentions.
A police statement to the Press Association yesterday said: "Police have received an allegation of incitement to violence that was reported to the MPS on 13 June.
The Press Association awards were presented for the first time in four years.
is exploring a sale of its Kettle chips brand, according to U.K.-based news agency The Press Association.
The Press Association research shows that 132 out of 148 UK universities are advertising at least one course on the UCAS clearing website for applicants living in England.
British police officers suspect several Russians were involved in the attempted murder of the Skripals and are looking for more than one suspect, the Press Association reported http://bit.ly/2L3QZGB.
Lawyers for Becker, a former world number one, lodged a claim Thursday in the UK's High Court asserting immunity after he was appointed a sports attache for the Central African Republic in April, the Press Association said.
Ms Green told the Press Association that Ms Saye was last heard from at 3am when she was direct messaging from her flat, as her phone was not working.
The Newcastle and former Sunderland midfielder is being investigated over the alleged betting breach - according to reports from the Press Association.
The Newcastle, and former Sunderland, midfielder is being investigated over the alleged betting breach - according to reports from the Press Association.
"Legislation regulating media work such as the press and publications , the audiovisual as well as the Press Association laws, affirm media's independence, as well as keenness to defend freedom of journalists," the minister added.