from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of sufficient interest or importance to the public to warrant reporting in the media.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Interesting enough to be reported as a news
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Sufficiently interesting to be reported in a newspaper.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. sufficiently interesting to be reported in a newspaper
Among the list of upcoming global titles, perhaps the most newsworthy is a planned adaptation of the movie version of The Last Airbender as well as a volume-long prequel to the film.
What may be newsworthy is that people other than progressives and comedians are willing to take to the airwaves and say so.
I do not find Palin newsworthy and I will NOT be watching Oprah if she is on the show.
What they consider newsworthy is what will foment the most conflict between Dems and the GOP/progressives (which they still idiotically refer to as “liberals”. read a goddamn political science textbook, will ya?) and conservatives.
How newsworthy is this or is it an attempt to try and get people to read your ticker.
The only thing newsworthy is the fact that someone who was in the know is finally admitting it.
Questions to ask: Is the second-degree sin newsworthy in its own right?
Perhaps also as newsworthy is the Polity Encyclopedia that Pan Macmillan have on their website.
That said, from the excerpts, I see there's some telling - if not really "newsworthy" - snippets in the book.
Federal Judge Loretta Preska says the term "newsworthy" -- defined in its most liberal and far reaching terms -- can be applied to the 2006 hit movie.
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