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- n. the print media responsible for gathering and publishing news in the form of newspapers or magazines
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Beneath my nose the public press Outdoes me in sulphureousness;
He also did much valuable work in the missionary field, and engaged in controversy in the public press with some aggressive polemists of the Episcopal and
Kennaston, passing through a famed city, lunched with a personage who had been pleased to admire Men Who Loved Alison, and whose remunerative admiration had been skilfully trumpeted in the public press by Kennaston's publishers.