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In common parlance, these periods are often spoke of as the "monthlies."
This move on Canada's part was aimed principally to prevent the flooding of Canadian mails with cheap American monthlies.
It was the forerunner of the many Bruno weeklies and monthlies, later published from other cities.
The Census gives only the totals and does not classify the advertising that appears in the dailies, weeklies, and monthlies.
Uncle Lester received a new supply of reading matter, monthlies, etc.
AN ARTILLERYMAN'S DIARYJENKIN LLOYD JONES
A monthly was reasonable enough in course of time; so we had monthlies.
THE LOST ART OF READINGGERALD STANLEY LEE
A list printed in 1845, and not claiming to be complete, names fifteen monthlies and two weeklies in existence at that time.
AN AMERICAN RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTWINFRED ERNEST DOUGLAS
With the weeklies and monthlies, the change taking place is the same.
Monthlies of vast circulation tell us of every jack-of-all-trades who hits upon a million dollars.
BEHIND THE MIRRORSCLINTON W. GILBERT
That was the golden age of sermons and pamphlets, the latter occupying the place of our monthlies.

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