“Some of the most exciting news is that the Kansas Tribune called the school early this morning and wants to do a huge front page article about how young students can protect and help our planet.”
“The normally staid People's Daily, the mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party, splashed a color picture of Ms. Li kissing the trophy at the top of its front page along with a gushing story framed in a celebratory red border.”
“What had started with a single question on an online forum had become a media free-for-all, with details of the spat appearing everywhere from a gossip column on foxnews.com (“Celebrity Autism Group in Civil War”) to the front page of The New York Times (“Debate over Cause of Autism Strains a Family and Its Charity”).”
“On the front page was a picture from the Brookside Swimming Club pool, the kind of thing a small-town paper runs to commiserate about a hot spell.”
“Rhyme won each engagement before then. 1909 was the year, as we know, that Marinetti published his Futurist manifesto on the front page of Le Figaro.”
“I scribbled some notes about these potential synchronicities on the front page of A Catskill Eagle.”
““You want to look good for the front page of theNew York Globe !””
“On May 21 the New York Times ran a story on its front page about the report under the headline “1 in 7 Detainees Rejoined Jihad.””
“Sister read the front page of the album: The Chasinger Clan, it read, in fancy cursive letters.”
“He liked making decisions within small groups and in informal settings, where everyone could relax, let their hair down a bit, put their cowboy boots on the table, crack naughty jokes, banter about the issues of the dayand where he could be sure that what transpired there wouldnt end up on the front page of the next days Washington Post.”
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