from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A weekly newsmagazine or newspaper that reports current events.

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  • n. A newspaper that is printed once per week.


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  • In the digital age, with its overabundance of information, the modern newsweekly is in a particularly poignant position.

    The Newsweekly’s Last Stand

  • I remember standing in a phone booth in Mumbai, trying to pluck up the courage to call a newsweekly because one of their editors had come out as gay in an article I had read.

    Sandip Roy: Tyler Clementi and the Eye of the Webcam

  • The report came in Friday's Panorama newsweekly, which is owned by Berlusconi's Mondadori publishing house.

    Fore, right!

  • Occasionally investigative reports in the newsweekly Proceso detail one such relationship between this kingpin and that state governor, but otherwise, the generally assumed truth operates entirely outside the political and media discourse.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • By the time I left in 2006, weekly sales had broken a million worldwide.26 This was significant because the Economist was not just a newsweekly; it was also an energetic promoter of many of the economic ideas that underpinned the Age of Optimism—in particular free trade and globalization.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • However, I thought you might be interested in one of the most obnoxious articles on the topic ever, from MacLean's (Canada's newsweekly) -- basically, the article quotes some flack from the plastic bag industry protesting Toronto's bag charge on the grounds that bags are only a small part of the ocean's trash, and therefore we shouldn't expend our efforts there but fight other plastics instead.

    Seattle's Green Bag Campaign

  • Located just a few minutes from Newark Airport, Jersey Gardens was described as the place "many visit even before checking in at their hotels" in an 84-page New York/Miami shopping guide that came free with a recent edition of Veja, a top Brazilian newsweekly.

    Brazilians, the Real Spenders

  • Interviewed in the German newsweekly Der Spiegel, Mr. Kress insisted that justice is "not achieved through summary executions, but through a punishment that is meted out at the end of a trial."

    Germany's Moral Warriors

  • As he told Veja, a newsweekly aimed at the middle - and upper-class voters who support the Social Democrats, "I prepared my entire life to be president."

    Brazil Challenger's Chances Dim

  • He freelanced for several years, writing about politics for Swiss newspapers, German radio, and international wire services, before being hired on, in 1964, as the first Swiss correspondent for the prestigious German newsweekly Der Spiegel.

    Death Becomes Him


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