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  • proper n. An English and Scottish occupational surname for someone who was a servant.


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  • The women bought the newspapers containing the new page, the advertiser began to feel the presence of the new reader, and every newspaper that could not get the rights for the “Bok Page, ” as it came to be known, started a “Woman’s Page” of it own.

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  • Turning to the next page, Page 3, I made some statements in my first year about what our

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  • Stories that are relevant for a certain amount of time and then not relevant at all afterwards (event announcements, starting lineup changes, etc.) will be moved from the front page to Page 2 once they lose their relevance.


  • In its Nov. 10 edition, USA TODAY presented an excellent piece on health care that began on the front page and then proceeded to take up two-thirds of Page 2.

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  • So if your report has a total of six pages (including the cover page), the second page footer will read Page 2 of 6; the third page, Page 3 of 6; and so on, even if the first printed page has no footer at all.

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  • As part of the project, the PDN is dedicating a weekly page, Page 7, each Monday that focuses on giving the community the tools to help publicly discuss health and fitness issues and concerns, as well as celebrate the successes within our community. - Local News

  • ReadyState - ne 4) {Start-Sleep - Seconds 1} "Processing Page" + $Page

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  • Of course, the chef in Page is excited about the new venture for other reasons as well.

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  • But his deputy Mike Allen is moved to a new job where he will "nurture investigations" in foreign bureaus, under the title Page One Projects Editor.

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  • Snap and run: Kenneth the Page is always at your service.

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