newspaper column


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Noun1.newspaper column - an article giving opinions or perspectives
newspaper, paper - a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements; "he read his newspaper at breakfast"
article - nonfictional prose forming an independent part of a publication
agony column - a newspaper column devoted to personal problems
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Higginbotham liked the word, which was a new one in his vocabulary, recently gleaned from a newspaper column.
You think your husband is a great man now because they are beginning to talk of his foregrounds and middle distances in the newspaper columns that nobody reads.
It stood for days upon his chimney-piece, this costly trophy whose ancient history and final fate filled newspaper columns even in these days of Jubilee, and for which the flower of Scotland Yard was said to be seeking high and low.
Maybe before I die, I want to do something other than write a daily newspaper column," he told E&P.
It was Price who started the spat by calling model Kelly a "heifer" in her newspaper column three-week ago, and she has again taken the first step in calling a truce by saying sorry on Twitter, the Mirror reported.
In addition, the AJA honoured four outstanding media people under Special Award; Media Personality of the Year 2012; and Newspaper Column.
Singh, in a recent newspaper column, had criticised home minister P.
Summary: OPEC's spare capacity would lessen the impact on oil prices of any disruption to Iran's oil supply if the dispute over Tehran's nuclear program escalates, a Kuwaiti OPEC delegate said in a newspaper column.
IN Sir Bobby Robson's newspaper column, his parting words were: "The situation at Newcastle will put first class managers off applying, that has to change, and fast.
It is the hypoallergenic, low-calorie, guaranteed non-biological newspaper column - now with added XP factor
During the campaign to persuade Congress to approve NAFTA, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, along with Shultz a proud internationalist and prominent CFR member, authored a newspaper column in which he resoundingly supported everything about NAFTA.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 15, 2006 - (JCN Newswire) - Tim Young, author of two books and a newspaper column on common mistakes Japanese make in English, this week launched a weekly podcast on the same topic.