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pantagraph

(ˈpæntəˌɡrɑːf)
n
1. (Tools) another name for pantograph
2. (Railways) another name for pantograph
3. (Broadcasting) another name for pantograph
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That checklist would include cable or dish TV, the Peoria Journal-Star, the Bloomington Pantagraph and the radio and television stations of Peoria.
Briggs cites the coverage in the Bloomington Pantagraph of April 9, 1859.
"We are looking at temperatures around 24 degrees on Monday afternoon, but falling throughout the day," Chris Geelhart, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Lincoln, told local news outlet (https://www.pantagraph.com/news/local/nws-winter-storm-is-all-kind-of-a-mess-in/article_2bb35140-fa9c-5e50-8ada-03767f9c5ec5.html) Pantagraph .
(19) These events were often mentioned in local newspaper The Pantagraph (see Party for Artist proves to be Cultural Soiree 1956).
He was gone a year later, with coach Brock Spack telling The Pantagraph of Bloomington, Ill., that he was dismissed for conduct detrimental to the team.
A THRILLING SKETCH FROM LIFE." The Weekly Pantagraph 10.15; Whole No.
The Pantagraph reported on April 22 out of Bloomington, Ohio, about a terrifying ordeal for two women who were visiting their elderly parents.
Currently, Bechtel serves as president and publisher of the Pantagraph in Bloomington, Ill.
"It came naturally," she told the central Illinois newspaper The Pantagraph in an interview earlier this year.
Front office: At Lee's The Pantagraph of Bloomington, Ill., Michelle Wojcik has been named advertising director; previously, she was retail manager at the paper.