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By the early 1950s there were some 150 similar titles on the newsstands.
For more tales of resilience, check out the latest issue of Popular Science—it’s on newsstands now!
I tried to use it at a newsstand first, and the man wouldn't touch it.
CIRCUSALAN EDWARD NOURSE
The Daily Intelligencer was spread on a newsstand, a smudgy black bannerhead fouling its pure bosom.
As he did so the steed made a plunge along the sidewalk for several yards, knocking over a barber's pole and a newsstand.
RANDY OF THE RIVERHORATIO ALGER JR.
The time it takes to transfer the literature from our pockets to the window sills, newsstand or bench is about two seconds.
THE RED CONSPIRACYJOSEPH J. MERETO
I stopped in a drug store and saw Astounding Stories on the newsstand.
The newsstand attendant jerked his eyes back from they excitement reluctantly.
PURSUITLESTER DEL REY
We got there ten minutes before train time, and who was there, leaning against the newsstand, but Stigler.
Leaving the counter, Tom walked quickly to a newsstand near the gate, where he could stand close to the Marines.
SABOTAGE IN SPACECAREY ROCKWELL

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