newssheet


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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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(97) One Singapore newspaper reported the incident taking place at the otherwise unknown 'Point Mobar', insisting on this even when a rival newssheet pointed out that there was no such place; Singapore Chronicle and Commercial Register, 19 Nov.
Also in 2007, in the newssheet of the 13th national health conference (47), there was a new call for voice disorders to be recognized as an occupational disease and for their evaluation to be integrated into healthcare protocols, thereby establishing a "voice healthcare policy" for workers.
(20) Yonggi Clio's statement and my response are printed in the March 2005 issue of the Family Newssheet of the Full Gospel congregation.
(33) He was also condemned by the royalist newssheet Mercurius Pragmaticus as an irreligious dissident who dosed his medicines with "'rebellion or atheisme.'" (34) The clergy attacked him in response to his well-publicized anti-ecclesiastical tirades (especially against the Presbyterians), his advocacy of civil marriage, and his denunciation of those who "'prate for tithes'"--attacks that resonate with Milton's thoughts in Considerations Touching the Likeliest Means to Remove Hirelings out of the Church (London, 1659).
The Commonwealth Division newssheet Crown News reported another rumour that became widely circulated.
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.
Thaker, who began publishing the official party Swahili newssheet Sauti ya TANU ('Voice of TANU'), also launched Dares Salaam's lone Swahili-language independent newspaper to thrive into the 1970s.
After acquainting himself with the manor holders, he would produce a newssheet concealed in the lining of his scapular.
(Spivak himself was an operative for the Soviet NKVD.) Charges circulated through Kahn's newssheet The Hour before being picked up in the liberal press.