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webzine

(ˈwɛbziːn)
n
(Computer Science) a magazine available on the internet
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Translations
internetový magazín
webzine
nettilehti
webzin
ウェブジン
웹진
webbtidning
นิตยสารในคอมพิวเตอร์
tạp chí web

webzine

[ˈwebziːn] N (Internet) → revista f electrónica, revista f digital
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

webzine

[ˈwɛbziːn] nwebzine m
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webzine

مَجَلَّةٌ عَلَى الإنْتَرْنَت internetový magazín webzine Online-Magazin διαδικτυακό περιοδικό revista por Internet nettilehti webzine webzin webzine ウェブジン 웹진 webzine nettmagasin webzine webzine Интернет-журнал webbtidning นิตยสารในคอมพิวเตอร์ e-zine tạp chí web 网络杂志
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Wallace has this week signed an improved new deal and he told Millwall webzine News at Den that he was happy.
Mairav Zonszein, an Israeli-American journalist writes in the Tel Aviv-based webzine, +972 Magazine: "As if women don't have enough on their minds as they approach birth, now they must be reminded that in 18 years, their child will be conscripted into the army.
Taki runs his own online publication, Taki's Magazine, described as a libertarian webzine of "politics and culture" but which often dabbles in sympathy for the far right.
A gossip webzine also had more details about the budding relationship.
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In an interview with Drownedinsound.com - a UK-based music webzine currently fundraising to survive - organiser John Fell said: "We're planning to test the water with this one, have a year off then come back with something bigger the following year.
"If you wait on someone," she says, "you're going to be sorry." That said, it's clear that what she does is not "internet art." She hosts a monthly broadcast on the online radio station Know Wave called The Diamond Stingily Show, welcoming artists, poets, and friends to a free-form conversation interspersed with music; Middle School Minor is a cryptic, casual, anything-goes webzine ("It's supposed to be like when you have a friend and y'all share a notebook in class") begun in 2013 with Austin-based artist Rachael Milton; and Stingily is directing short film portraits of the luminous personalities around her, a series she inaugurated with the whimsical, sardonic Toma, 2016, which aired on the public-access online station 8 Ball TV.
That feedback, combined with the PTK chapter's research and a review will be posted on "The Yard Rake," NPCC's student-led webzine. The information will also be submitted to the Hallmark Awards program for recognition during Nerd- Nation, PTK's annual convention.
That is high praise, and I have told him that, Mickey was quoted as saying by the cricket webzine.
More recently she has been documenting the arts and music world for Liverpool webzine Getintothis.