EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GAZETTE
You ain't seen the old lady's name in the Gazette, have you?'
He had just remembered that he had not received the "Gazette."
By the way, have you seen the sporting page of the Gazette this morning?
There are some other contributions of his, not of much value, to be found in the 'Gazette.'
They've the odds of us in numbers, lads; but it will tell all the better in the 'Gazette.'
The English order for reprisals appeared in the Gazette of the 17th.
The sale and purchase of the Evening Gazette had been completed a few days before.
He had known it before he received that letter, before he had seen it in the Gazette.
Gee, you oughtta be writing scare heads for the Evening Gazette!
These resolutions were published in the “Pittsburgh Gazette.”
"newspaper," c.1600, from French gazette (16c.), from Italian gazzetta, Venetian dialectal gazeta "newspaper," also the name of a small copper coin, literally "little magpie," from gazza; applied to the monthly newspaper (gazeta de la novità) published in Venice by the government, either from its price or its association with the bird (typical of false chatter), or both. First used in English 1665 for the paper issued at Oxford, whither the court had fled from the plague.
The coin may have been so called for its marking; Gamillscheg writes the word is from French gai (see jay). The general story of the origin of the word is broadly accepted, but there are many variations in the details:
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