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The society newspapers for the week alluded to the matter in veiled, but unmistakable terms.
The magazines sketch us a lively article, the newspapers vignette us, step by step, a royal tour.
The incident happened but a few years ago; it was reported in all the newspapers of the day.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
The men who print newspapers search closely for a bit of 'news,' and so your simple story got into the columns of my weekly.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
He missed Flora's gay letter of gossip, and looked with narrowing lids at the pile of newspapers.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
It contained a writing-table (upon which was a telephone and a pile of old newspapers), a cabinet, and two chairs.
DOPESAX ROHMER
As the newspapers said, the Irish Railway Companies were put upon their trial.
Politics were largely at the bottom of it all, I am sure, and certain newspapers joined in the noisy chorus.
Other newspapers had taken up the cry, demanding that the Black Hood be taken dead or alive.
The Press is represented by a large number of American, Spanish and dialect newspapers.

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