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news flash

n.
An urgent or immediate item of news, especially an announcement that interrupts regular media programming.
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"News flash morons I'm in Edmonton and not coming back," Kowalchuk wrote, according to the station.
News flash, you are subject to the same rules as the rest of us poor motorists.
What surprised the Kochi Prefecture resident were the flowing muscles which ran through the cat's body, according to a report by My Game News Flash via SoraNews24.
| News flash: The Edinburgh festival is under way into its first week and there are thousands of shows on from around the world from music, dance and comedy, including me, your very own columnist and good news spreader with me brand new stand-up show #Goals all about aspirations and having a better life.
Periodic "News Flash" cards trigger shifts in asset prices, and responding with timely trades is the best way to build wealth.
Colourful illustrations add interest to the pages without being babyish and handy hint circles and news flash shapes draw attention to important facts.
News flash: America's youth are not dimwitted Lochtes, nor are they the sullen, eye-rolling Negasonic Teenage Warheads glued to their iPhones so often portrayed in the media.
News flash: You don't have to spend the holidays cooped up at home--you could be camping.
News flash! Per the "What Is It?" sidebar on page 24 of August's "Gun Room," Teutons should be spelled "Teutons," not "Tuetons." Further, enlighten me, please.
MEMORIES OF THE JFK ASSASSINATION Diane Williams: Was in the cinema watching Billy Liar in Stirchley when a news flash announced it.
Jim McGrath released an obituary, entitled Statement by President George H W Bush on the Death of Nelson Mandela, after he "mis-read the header on the Washington Post news flash".