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  • But more than many other weeks, this one felt pretty tabloidian.

    A Week of Malaise and Many Gaffes - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Okay, NYT, your saying that in the last six months your coverage has NOT been about parsing words and blowing up tabloidian nonsense.

    A Week of Malaise and Many Gaffes - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The suspicious waif is repeating tabloidian claims that Lindsay has been sneaking spirits — something Lindsay has denied.

    Nancy Jo Sales on Tabloid Boys

  • We're not pulling some tabloidian "see celebrities without makeup!" or "look who has cellulite!" shtick.

    Jezebel

  • This week's tabloidian news cycle has been dominated by the news that James allegedly cheated on Bullock with Michelle McGee, a woman who uses "Bombshell" as her middle name and who, it seems, is a smart (if not scrupulous) businesswoman, waiting until the moment Bullock won her Oscar to sell the story of her trysts with James to In Touch for a rumored $30,000.

    Jezebel

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