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Noun1.newssheet - report or open letter giving informal or confidential news of interest to a special groupnewssheet - report or open letter giving informal or confidential news of interest to a special group
news report, write up, account, report, story - a short account of the news; "the report of his speech"; "the story was on the 11 o'clock news"; "the account of his speech that was given on the evening news made the governor furious"
market letter - a newsletter written by an analyst of the stock market and sold to subscribers
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The island's biggest selling newssheet, Empros has already reduced the number of pages to 16 from 20 and its chief executive Manolis Manolas hopes he won't have to make further cuts as the country's cash crunch worsens.
There are leaflets at the back of church with information or you can take a copy of the weekly newssheet.
A 1643 Royalist newssheet described how, after a Danish vessel had been captured and its goods seized by "order of the Lower House," the incensed captain demanded immediate "restitution of his Masters [in other words, the Danish King's] goods.
What they had in common was an economy of expression: Single colors printed on newssheet gifted by the striking newspapers, bold forms and provocative slogans.
Charges circulated through Kahn's newssheet The Hour before being picked up in the liberal press.
Selfridge-Field provides a description of each chronology, account, newssheet, journal, and other source, with its shortcomings, particular aim, and level of accuracy.
It is claimed that it harks back to a newssheet published in the 1870s in genuine Black Country dialect handed out at Bloxwich Wakes.
As an apprentice Elsheimer helped his master, Philipp Uffenbach, make engravings for a newssheet about the annual Trade Fair in Frankfurt and was fascinated by the effects of pigment on the copper plates used or prepared for engraving.
Middlesbrough councillor Joan McTigue was furious after being wrongly accused of correcting mistakes on a Beechwood Community Centre newssheet then sending it to the centre.
An evocative example is that of a newssheet reporting on Columbus's voyage to North America.
The scurrilous but popular backstretch newssheet Indian Charlie - not a fan of the European approach - reported: ``Todd Pletcher is bringing in Aidan O'Brien from Ireland to school Bandini in the starting gate, to guarantee that the son of Fusaichi Pegasus will not be involved in the anticipated early speed jam.