press cutting


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Noun1.press cutting - an excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazinepress cutting - an excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazine; "he searched through piles of letters and clippings"
excerpt, excerption, extract, selection - a passage selected from a larger work; "he presented excerpts from William James' philosophical writings"
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press cutting

press clipping nritaglio di giornale
References in classic literature ?
It included a number of press cuttings of interviews and also several letters in German, then some in the same German handwriting, but in English.
My mother died in 1989, and that was when I discovered the photograph and press cutting.
Being able to do it, rather than watch it; I really learned somuchmore fromit than if I was watching" One gent in his 80s came from the top of the valley on the bus with a press cutting in his wallet that mentioned he could participate.
Thanks for re printing the photo I still have the original photo and press cutting dated October 2nd 1970.
We took over a long established Press monitoring company in August but have reinvented ourselves and set up as a press cutting agency.
| THERE SHE GOES: A press cutting | |reveals the story of Agnes and her cannonball antics in the USA and, below left, a poster for the circus
CIVIC RECEPTION: A press cutting of John about to board an aircraft in 1968
The whole country has been worried - as those press cutting will show.
Mr Kemble said that among the findings in Richardson's home was also a press cutting about the unsolved murder of hitchhiker Jackie Ansell-Lamb, 18, whose body was discovered in Mere, Cheshire, in 1970.
Twelve days later, officers were sent a Press cutting about the murder and a sheet of paper with a man's name typed on it.