A sheet of paper printed and distributed, at stated intervals, for conveying intelligence of passing events, advocating opinions, etc.; a public print that circulates news, advertisements, proceedings of legislative bodies, public announcements, etc.
A serial issued at stated, frequent intervals (usually daily, weekly, or semiweekly), containing general news, opinions, advertisements, and other items of current, often local, interest.
Periodical published daily or weekly and containing news, features, reports, together with advertisements.
Used for shaping glass when formed, wetted and held in the hand, to replace a mold or block. Most often made from 4-5 sheets of full page newspaper, folded first in thirds, then the long ends are tucked into each other and the corners cut off for flexibility. The result is flattened and water soaked then drained just before use. The water keeps the paper from burning and the shape is controlled by the shape of the hand. People who like wood blocks often hate newspaper while those who use newspaper think wood is inflexible and expensive. According the legend, the paper of the New York Times is especially good.
A publication printed on newsprint and distributed daily or weekly, containing news, editorials, regular commentary by syndicated columnists, cartoons, advertising, and other items of general interest. In libraries, newspaper back files are usually converted to microfilm or microfiche to save space. Reader/printer machines are usually provided for viewing and making copies of material in microform format. Most major newspapers distribute current issues on the World Wide Web.
A paper product including, but not limited to, legislative bills, all papers that come with old newspapers, and newsprint.
A publication issued periodically, usually daily or weekly, containing the most recent news.
the newspaper used by wizards is The Daily Prophet. Harry reads from this paper details concerning the attempted robbery at Gringotts, the Bank of the world of witches and wizards.
a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements; "he read his newspaper at breakfast"
a business firm that publishes newspapers; "Murdoch owns many newspapers"
cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers; "they used bales of newspaper every day"
a classic use of Desk Top Publishing
a collection of articles about current events usually published daily
a daily marvel, even a miracle
a daily or weekly periodical containing in various measures news , opinion columns, and advertisements
a daily or weekly publication composed of folded sheets containing news advertisements, topical articles, correspondence, etc
a daily product
a daily tool to help students learn about the community and the world around them
a liberal paper has nothing to do with it
a periodical publication that may be published as frequently as once a day
a private enterprise, owing nothing to the public
a publication containing news and information and advertising on inexpensive off white paper known as newsprint
a regularly published print product which contains news on current events of special or general interest to the community it serves
A periodical issued at frequent intervals (usually daily, semi-weekly, or weekly) containing news, opinions, advertisements and other information of current and often local interest. See also -- Periodical
periodical issued at frequent intervals (daily, weekly, semi-weekly) containing news, editorials, advertisements and other articles of current interest.
A periodical which is published frequently, daily, weekly, or at other intervals. Printed on newsprint and folded instead of being bound together. Sometimes it is staple bound.
Paper of the type commonly referred to as newsprint and distributed at fixed intervals, having printed there on news and opinions, containing advertisements and other matters of public interests.
A publication printed and distributed daily or weekly containing news, opinions, advertising, and other items of general interest. Usually printed on newsprint. Reese Library subscribes to the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Atlanta Constitution, and the Augusta Chronicle. Current 2-3 months are on paper in the Current Display area on the second floor. Older issues are on microfilm in the Microform Room on the second floor. Newspaper indexes are in Reference Room. Current editions of many other newspapers are available on the Internet.
A publication that is issued on a daily or weekly basis, and contains current news, editorials, features, and usually advertising.
A newspaper is a daily or weekly publication that contains news articles, editorials, and other items. Newspapers are printed on large sheets of inexpensive paper that are folded. Ads (and to a much lesser extent, subscriptions) pay the costs of operating a newspaper. Synonyms for newspaper are paper and rag (this is a disparaging term).
A serial issued at stated, frequent intervals (i.e., daily, weekly, or semi-weekly), containing news, opinions, advertisements, and other items of current, often local, interest.
periodical usually published daily, weekly or biweekly (every 2 weeks), with a focus on news and up-to-date information. Newspapers often contain information of local interest. Specialized newspapers cover recent events and trends in fields such as law, entertainment or business (i.e The Wall Street Journal).
A newspaper is a publication containing news, information and advertising, usually printed on low-cost paper called newsprint. It may be general or special interest, most often published daily or weekly.