This so encouraged them that in the afternoon they were running about again calling "stop press."
It is, miss, but sure they hadn't time to print the 'stop press' on it!!
Another lady thought she would drive a lesson home, so she said: "But you said it was a 'stop press,' and you knew it was not."
By screens of lighted windows, by equal gardens a shrill voice went crying, wailing: Evening Telegraph, stop press edition!
"stop press" is the latest news, usually printed on the back of the paper.