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by·line

also by-line (bī′līn′)
n.
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.
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by′line`

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.
v.t.
2. to accompany with a byline.
[1925–30]
by′lin`er, n.
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