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  • n. Plural form of newspaper.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of newspaper.


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  • The requirement to put foreclosure notices in newspapers is providing them with a bit of additional revenue.


  • To say that conservatives can't be heard in American newspapers is to live in a fantasy world.

    Berg on Rye

  • "We see no signs that a turnaround in newspapers is anywhere on the horizon," Morgan Stanley analyst Lisa Monaco told investors in a note Wednesday, adding that after seeing the second-quarter results, she is further convinced that Gannett and the industry overall will "continue to lose share to new media for the foreseeable future."

    Gannett news poses questions for Plainfield

  • But rising mediocrity in newspapers is a habit, particularly in the Gannett newspaper chain that acquired the Republic and other Pulliam newspapers several years ago.

    RIP, Edwin McDowell

  • However, Ms. Rico's comments, many of which have been published in newspapers from the Hartford Courant to the Sacramento Bee, actually did influence me against seeing Apocalypto.

    Mel Gibson's Apocalypto

  • The story of the broken business model in newspapers is not about content, but about the application of technology.

    Who wants to buy a newspaper? « BuzzMachine

  • The standard rule in newspapers is that letters to the editor are edited for typos and grammatical misfires, just like any other copy.

    Archive 2004-08-01

  • What I think the public objects to, in newspapers, is the attempt to make a sensation out of something that really is not very interesting, or very important, that is not, in fact, sensational at all.

    Is the Press Too Sensational?

  • Trouble with the newspapers is there is not enough words that a first grader knows/uses.

    Not exactly a Spanish question - but where to find on web

  • What a hoot to hear them label newspapers educational!

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg


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