Definitions

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  • n. report or open letter giving informal or confidential news of interest to a special group

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In six years, it grew to twenty-four pages, became a national newssheet, and was eventually sold to Art News.

    Florence Nightingale Levy.

  • The time of deliverance has come at last, cried New Era, an American spiritualist newssheet, in July 1854.

    FAR OUT: The Mechanical Messiah Is Born! | Disinformation

  • While reading through the monthy newssheet prior to it being used as a paper aeroplane i turned to the back page and was struck down in disbelief.

    Largehearted Boy « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • One newspaper after another folded until, having written a cranky book about the Korean War that put the blame on South Korea, Stone began his own newssheet and found his destiny.

    Tireless on the Left, The Great I.F. Stone

  • Thus, it was with sorrow that he presided over the sale of the company--and shock when it was reported that McClatchy had quietly planned to dismember the august newssheet empire.

    Ridder Sees 'Great' News As Philly Papers Stay Local

  • An elegant man absorbed in a newssheet was tipped back on the hind legs of his chair, his ceremonial boots propped on the desk and his saber stuck in the soil of a potted fern.

    Son of a Witch

  • Last week, the independent Metical newssheet and the pro-government weekly Domingo reported that Mozambican and US authorities were probing possible Mozambican links to the Al-Qaeda terrorist network of Osama bin Laden.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He was the editor in chief of the independent Maputo newssheet

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He would have no idea of the bombshell that was about to burst, triggering trains of sympathetic ripples on all the inhabited worlds as television and newssheet took up the refrain.

    Breaking Strain

  • To make matters worse, Ron had put my real name on the newssheet instead of my code name,

    Storz, Ronald E.

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