Newspaperdom

  • 1 newspaperdom — newsˈpaperdom noun • • • Main Entry: ↑news …

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  • 2 newspaper — newspaperdom, n. newspaperish, adj. /noohz pay peuhr, nyoohz , noohs , nyoohs /, n. 1. a publication issued at regular and usually close intervals, esp. daily or weekly, and commonly containing news, comment, features, and advertising. 2. a… …

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  • 3 Tongue-in-cheek — is a term used to refer to humor in which a statement, or an entire fictional work, is not meant to be taken seriously, but its lack of seriousness is subtle. The origin of its usage comes from when Spanish minstrels would perform for various… …

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  • 4 Editor & Publisher — (E P) is a monthly journal covering the North American newspaper industry. It is based in New York City. E P calls itself America s Oldest Journal Covering the Newspaper Industry and describes itself on its website as the authoritative journal… …

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  • 5 Park Row (Manhattan) — For the former elevated train station, see Park Row (BMT station). Park Row, after 1905 (the Tribune Building increased by 9 stories between 1903 05) …

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  • 6 Milton A. McRae — Born July 13, 1858 Detroit, Michigan, United States Died 1930 Colonel Milton Alexander McRae (July 13, 1858 – 1930) was an American newspaper publisher who co founded the Scripps McRae League of Newspapers (now Scripps Howard) and United Press… …

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  • 7 press — I. v. a. 1. Compress, squeeze, crowd, crush. 2. Squeeze out, express. 3. Make smooth, smooth, flatten. 4. Embrace closely, hug, clasp. 5. Constrain, compel, force. 6. Enjoin, enforce, urge, inculcate. 7. Straiten, distress …

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  • 8 press — v 1. force, push, drive, ram, shove, elbow; impel, propel, thrust, trundle; cram, jam, crush, pinch. 2. compress, squeeze, condense, clamp; cramp, compact, concentrate, roll into a ball; strain, strangle, constrict, constringe. 3. weigh upon,… …

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