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also by-line (bī′līn′)
A line at the head of a newspaper or magazine article carrying the writer's name.
tr.v. by·lined, by·lin·ing, by·lines also by-lined or by-lin·ing or by-lines
To publish (a newspaper or magazine article) under a byline.

by′lin′er n.


or by′-line`,

n., v. -lined, -lin•ing. n.
1. a printed line in a newspaper or magazine, usu. below the title or subhead of a story, giving the author's name.
2. to accompany with a byline.
by′lin`er, n.
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Press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders on April 18 condemned the detention in Cuba of independent journalist Juliet Michelena Diaz since 7 April, three days after she wrote a by-lined report for the Miami-based news platform Cubanet about a case of ordinary police violence she had witnessed in Havana.
Dumas' by-lined a story for Empowher, the leading women's health site on the web is running now and they have requested a regular series.
Patsy, one of the best British popular journalists of my era was - until illness demanded her retirement in 1994 - the last News of the World editor untainted by scandal, and is still by-lined under her maiden name of Chapman David, her husband, gets "Nobby" - the traditional British nickname for anyone called Clark.
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Asif Ali Zardari, Pakistan's president, needed to communicate a message to White House national security officials that would bypass Pakistan's military and intelligence channels," said the Financial Times report by-lined Mansoor himself.
A former colleague at the Post recalls how Jacobs once by-lined an article KRUT JACOBS, referred to car maker BMW throughout a story as BWM and in a column described himself as having a "self-depreciating sense of humour".
Think of all those newspaper stories by-lined AP or Reuters.
There, she coordinated public relations activities, wrote press releases, by-lined articles, award entries.
It's disconcerting to read newsletter articles laced with the first-person-singular without that person being identified--unlike, say, in the by-lined articles above and below this one.
Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, took note of the Post's coverage of the major urban demonstrations in early April: "Consider these numbers to show how over the top the Post went to cover this protest: 19 by-lined reporters, and another 20 assigned writers who were credited by name, seven staff photographers, 13 stories, 26 photographs.
Igor became a famous New York gossip columnist, by-lined as Cholly Knickerbocker, while Oleg bought a $150 jalopy and drove to California with a fashion sketch portfolio.
Firsthand stories of service life would be by-lined simply "Lance-Corporal," "Airgunner," "An A.