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 (no͞oz′măg′ə-zēn′, nyo͞oz′-)
1. A magazine, usually published weekly, containing reports and analyses of current events.
2. A television program that presents a variety of topics, usually on current events, often by using interviews and commentary.
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a publication that reports and analyses news
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(ˈnuzˌmæg əˌzin, ˈnyuz-)

1. a periodical, usu. issued weekly, that specializes in reports and commentaries on current events.
[1923, Amer.]
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