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correspondence column

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(Journalism & Publishing) a section of a newspaper or magazine in which are printed readers' letters to the editor
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correspondence column

n (Press) → rubrica delle lettere (al direttore)
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After a while, my new friend being allowed to carry out an idea of a judicial correspondence column, which he was allowed to sign "Business," in the "Epoque," I was often able to furnish him with the legal information of which he stood in need.
The essays in this collection delve into the life, writing, and charitable work of Flora Annie Steel, a British writer living in India for 22 years, who was called othe female Rudyard Kipling.o The book examines her novels, short fiction, and nonfiction, looking at fallen women in her novels, her TimesAEs correspondence columns of 1897-1910, her collection of Indian folk tales called Tales of the Punjab, and The Complete India Housekeeper and Cook, which was a guide for other memsahibs in colonial India.
THE more gung-ho Brexiteers in your correspondence columns seem to be entirely ignorant of our current economic predicament.
THE more gung ho Brexiteers in your correspondence columns seem to be entirely ignorant of our current economic predicament.
In addition there has been a fierce debate in the correspondence columns of the Financial Times which will make investors extremely wary of supporting fracking companies in the UK.
"'Let the Nightingales Alone": Correspondence Columns, the Scottish Press, and the Making of the Working-Class Poet', Victorian Periodicals Review 47 (2), pp.
Caldwell [7] alerted us to the presence of miscreants abusing RWOPS, calling them 'thieves of the state' in the SAMJ's correspondence columns; he continues to beat that drum.
As Sumpter brilliantly shows, even traditional tales apparently supporting the status quo developed new political meanings in the context of the labour press's articles, illustrations, correspondence columns and supplements.
Hearts and Minds is based on two published correspondence columns, "Prim Rose at Home," which ran in the weekly Family Herald, published in Montreal, and an untitled column printed in the Western Home Monthly, published in Winnipeg.
I know that the technology is at the stage were it is possible for someone to speak into a receiver and the words can be translated into text, and no doubt when it is affordable Mark will be able to send emails and have his words in the correspondence columns which he has taken a keen interest for a long time.
In framing this discussion, Azoulay explores a variety of primary sources, but he particularly focuses upon letters to the "correspondence columns" of two leading periodicals of the era: Montreal's Family Herald and Weekly Star and Winnipeg's Western Home Monthly.
* SIR - Debates on Wales' future in the world were a large feature of your February reportage and correspondence columns. The subjects were diverse, but I restrict myself mostly to Wales' relationship with England, more particularly with London and how it bears on Wales' air travel arrangements with the outside world in terms of inward investment.

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