Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of news crawl.

Etymologies

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news +‎ crawl

Examples

  • Telescreens in supermarkets, messages from El Supremo in movie theatres, Times Square-type screens in public spaces, complete with newscrawl: ...

    Big Brother, STFU

  • Oh, the things you find on the Yahoo! newscrawl . . .

    Posthuman Blues

  • On a related noted, I noticed a story on the Blogging Ethics newscrawl installed this week on the lower right hand corner of this page by Devin Stewart.

    Tales from the online darkside

  • But there’s a signboard with a newscrawl mounted over the concourse ahead he can’t ignore, and he wonders why it’s stopping so many passengers in their tracks, a logjam of standing people almost blocking the way.

    Orbit

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