- n. an article reporting news
“I talked to her this morning because after she saw my name in a newspaper article about the fund, she called Earle’s office to say that she wanted to help fund-raise in Maryland.”
“Torrence was there, reading a newspaper article under the headline CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT ON THE SCENT.”
“Imagine my shock when, several months later, Blaha ran into my office with a newspaper article describing how the Soviets, for the first time in history, were going to allow their basketball team to play an exhibition game with an NBA team.”
“She was sitting back in her chair to read the printout of a London newspaper article concerning a dispute within the Conan Doyle family when the phone rang.”
“Well, what's wrong with it is that the semi-literate have feeble but tidy little minds filled with tidy little boxes, and no matter how much one struggles, the newspaper article (or review, or radio intro, or TV superimposed title) will read something akin to — "sci-fi guy says his sci-fi stuff not sci-fi.”
“The newspaper article he sent me said Pan Kai Jing — the one your mother married — died as a martyr protecting the whereabouts of the Communist Party, and his father, Teacher Pan, was present to receive his honorable-mention award.”
“In a newspaper article written by Albert Riley, Riley quotes Chiles as saying, “Its the craft’s prop-wash or jet-wash rocked our DC-3.””
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