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 great way to learn things because everyday there are stories about the past day's events
a lot of things besides a place to find the baseball supply news
a medium that tells the news of the day and other things
a palimplest of faeces, and those who smear themselves in shit everyday must expect to live in a latrine
a publication written by journalists and usually printed every day or every week that reports the news and current events.
a business out to make money through advertising revenue
a distribution medium with limited space, and ranking/packaging stories by journalists' estimation of importance evolved there as the best of several imperfect methods
a good advertising medium because it allows a frequency of repetition, it is easily accessible to everyone and it is a convenient way to put your message across to the public
a collection of half-injustices" "All my hidden skills are undiscovered
a collection of half- injustice s Which, bawled by boys from mile to mile, Spreads its curious opinion To a million merciful and sneering men, While families cuddle the joys of the fireside When spurred by tale of dire lone agony
a locale for conveying information and opinions
a mile wide and an inch deep - these sites are an inch wide and a mile deep
a good place to look for figuring out a style for the descriptions
a mirror for a community, reflecting both its good and bad points
If you buy a newspaper in a dream it signifies that you will get a surprise, wither good or bad. Using newspapers to keep warm denotes good health.
To read the newspaper in your dream signifies that events at a distance are conspiring in your favor. To buy a newspaper predicts a quick rise in status. To use a newspaper for wrapping indicates a happy reunion with absent friends or relatives.
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a lightweight and disposable
a lightweight an' disposable publicashun (mo'e specifically, a purriodical ), usually preented on low-cost paper called newspreent
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a brilliant place to allow feedback and collaboration imho - just being brave enough to make it work without pre-moderation (like the laughable BBC comments) is going to take some doing
an electoral lapdog of the incumbent President if, ceteris paribus, during the presidential campaign it devotes more space to the issues over which the incumbent is strong, and/or less to issues over which the incumbent is weak
a publication devoted chiefly to presenting and commenting on the news
a broad spectrum of the society on the move
a public trust and a unique enterprise in a democratic society
a reflection of the overall aspirations, concerns and desires of the society
a business, and should no be regulated in anyway, unless it commits violence or property violations, due to the fact that the owners own the business
a business proposition
a commercial business