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  • n. A vending machine selling newspapers.


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  • After years of soft, cheesy and downright uninspiring marketing campaigns one spot featured a series of goofy-looking folks ogling the newspaper through a newsbox -- see it here, now is not the time to be subtle.

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  • Outdoor newsbox locations, i.e. on public sidewalks, as Pulliam points out were confirmed as perfectly legal by the Columbus Public Service Department — and similarly recognized by the cities of Powell, Dublin and Delaware — to be protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

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  • June 12, 2009 at 1: 39 am | Reply visit us! newsbox. cc newsbox. us nbstatus.

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  • The presence of a New York Times newsbox in City Hall does not mean Mayor Bloomberg endorses their editorial policy.

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  • In due time he sat back, belched, gathered up his dishes and shoved them in the incinerator, then went looking for a newsbox.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • The newsbox beside them continued to hunt; three times it spoke up, each time Libby touched the rejection button without consciously hearing it.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • And all it took was a goddamn newsbox through a BANK window!!! latest blog entries

  • If somebody drops 50 cents into a newsbox and it won't open, they just go away mad.


  • Wall Street Journal's world-wide newsbox lead with, while everyone fronts, President Obama's surprise visit to

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  • The Wall Street Journal's world-wide newsbox lead with, while almost everyone else fronts, the high-seas standoff taking place 240 miles off the Somalia port city of Eyl, a known pirate haven.

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