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This has been especially tough on TV broadcasters and magazine publishers, who typically sell their ad space months in advance.
‘NOTHING QUITE LIKE BEING FORCED’: PUBLISHERS WHIP UP QUICKER, CHEAPER AD PRODUCTS FOR ADVERTISERSMAX WILLENSAUGUST 27, 2020DIGIDAY
At 15, his supportive playwright mother would drive him around to other schools to distribute copies of the sports magazine he was publishing.
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The first ad featuring the tie-up will appear not in an upcoming issue of a major fashion magazine, but in skate bible Thrasher, according to Abloh.
LOUIS VUITTON—YES, THAT LOUIS VUITTON—HAS CREATED A PRO SKATE SHOEMARC BAINAUGUST 25, 2020QUARTZ
There was one woman, Valerie Salembier, who was a magazine publisher.
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You sit opposite a woman who flicks the pages of a magazine too quickly.
THE FIRST MURDERKATIE MCLEANAUGUST 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
He was a bookseller, but better known as a translator of the German contributor to the Gentleman's Magazine, &c.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
Yet, so curiously constituted is the native mind, the blowing-up of the magazine was the final tocsin of revolt.
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That night one of them endeavored to storm the magazine, burnt and plundered the station, and marched off towards Delhi.
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The Gentleman's Magazine contains a long list of the bridges and churches which attest his reputation and skill.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
Though well aware that the European houses were on fire, they were confident that the Magazine would be held.
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WORDS RELATED TO MAGAZINE

  • abundances
  • accumulations
  • backlogs
  • caches
  • fountains
  • founts
  • funds
  • hoards
  • inventories
  • lodes
  • lots
  • mines
  • nest eggs
  • plenty
  • plethoras
  • provisions
  • quantities
  • reserves
  • reservoirs
  • savings
  • springs
  • stockpiles
  • stocks
  • treasures
  • wares
  • wealth
  • wells
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