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  • In 1659, the first periodical news-sheet in Ireland, An Account of the Chief Occurrences in Ireland, rolled off the press.

    John Lee: Media History, Made in Ireland

  • As well as being a former artist, Jiang had been a Red Guard, shepherd, political prisoner, radical news-sheet publisher, Maoist lecturer, and Tiananmen Square protester.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • An environmental center offers education courses to government officers, businesses, agriculturalists, school students and the public, and a news-sheet, radio and TV are used to publicise conservation.

    Uvs Nuur Basin, Russian Federation, Republic of Tuva and Mongolia

  • The development of Capitalism meant that a smaller and a yet smaller number of men commanded the means of production and of distribution whereby could be printed and set before a large circle a news-sheet fuller than the old model.

    Belloc Speaks - The Free Press

  • When I wrote that “news-sheet” with events left out, you know: the letter that puzzled you, + headed it “Scottie Loses Head”, it was because I saw it coming.

    A Life in Letters

  • People passed and passed him, each with a news-sheet, or a look in the eye.

    Swan Song

  • Michael stopped his car against the curb and bought a news-sheet.

    Swan Song

  • Down on the streets, news-sheet vendors shouted out their headlines.

    Rulers of the Darkness

  • He pretended news-sheet vendors didn't exist whenever the Algarvians moved forward.

    Rulers of the Darkness

  • Outside the depot, a news-sheet vendor was waving a copy of his wares and shouting in Forthwegian.

    Rulers of the Darkness

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