There was no breath of life in it, and yet it sold, at two cents a word, twenty dollars a thousand - the newspaper clipping
had said so.
This letter, which lies before me, is a narrative in his own handwriting, linking together numerous newspaper clippings
and facsimiles of letters.
Khosa further presented arguments over newspaper clipping
- presented by Zardari in the previous hearing in which the former president had said that Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Accountability Shahzad Akbar had stated that Zardari owns 32 properties - and pleaded with the court to summon Akbar and ask him [about evidence regarding his claims].
Zardari's counsel Sardar Latif Khosa also gave arguments regarding the newspaper clipping
submitted by former president on last hearing.
As the hearing resumed, Zardari presented in the courtroom a newspaper clipping
in which Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Accountability Shahzad Akbar had stated that Zardari owns 32 properties.
The actor shared a snapshot of a news clipping featuring him and his wife and said, 'This newspaper clipping
was what we found inside your folder, neatly folded.
Talking to APP, Farooq Awan a counsel of a citizen Riaz Anjum said that he has submitted the relevant material including media interview and newspaper clipping
in the court of LHC Judge Sadaqat Ali
In (http://www.ibtimes.com/alienist-season-1-episode-6-sara-discovers-secret-about-kreizler-2657406) Season 1, episode 6 , Sara looked into Kreizler's past and found an old newspaper clipping
about the arrival of the latter's family to New York.
(Melville, originally from "The Piazza" in The Piazza and Other Tales) The box also houses the following: a copy of the prospectus; a photograph of Melville taken in Pittsfield in 1961; a newspaper clipping
reporting his return from convalescence in Europe; a Pittsfield Sun clipping from February 15, 1855.
A newspaper clipping
, a mysterious envelope, and a torn-out page are among the clues of what's to come in the next season of the psychological thriller about a cyber-security engineer who turns into a vigilante hacker by night.
A newspaper clipping
leads her to Indiana, where her investigation into a long-ago murder uncovers a wasp's nest of lies, dirty politics, corrupt law enforcement and racial tension--and danger escalates as she closes in on the truth about her own origins.
I was recently handed an old newspaper clipping
believed to be from the 1950s sometime, detailing a tigerfish caught in the Kasai channel which cuts between the Zambezi and Chobe rivers where Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe meet.