Origin of newspaper
Examples from the Web for newspaper
And then the Vatican newspaper: “Pope performs miracle allowing Fidel to walk on water.”The Life and Hard Times Of The Family A Cuban Defector Left Behind|Brin-Jonathan Butler|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It was an attempt to combat a growing chill on free speech in Turkey while placing his newspaper at the center of the debate.
The increasingly vicious debate has since migrated into newspaper columns and TV.
By Jason McGahan No newspaper dares to publish the truth about the drug lords in Tamaulipas.7 Must-Read Stories about Mexican Cartels, Kansas City and Picasso: The Best of The Beast|William Boot|October 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Guilavogui clapped his empty hands together and went up to the street to fold the newspaper dispensers up by the subway entrance.
She was to the publisher what a staff contributor is to a newspaper.Mary Wollstonecraft|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
He was calmly reading a newspaper and having a morning smoke, until it should be time to go out.Mr. Isaacs|F. Marion Crawford
Whatever his causes of complaint, they were of too delicate and secret a nature for seconds, bullets, and newspaper paragraphs!Alice, or The Mysteries, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
It materialised in newspaper men calling out so loudly that no words whatever could be heard.The Forsyte Saga, Complete|John Galsworthy
The English newspaper, like many other great inventions, was a thing of gradual growth.The Pictorial Press|Mason Jackson
- a weekly or daily publication consisting of folded sheets and containing articles on the news, features, reviews, and advertisementsOften shortened to: paper
- (as modifier)a newspaper article
[T]he newspaper that drops on your doorstep is a partial, hasty, incomplete, inevitably somewhat flawed and inaccurate rendering of some of the things we have heard about in the past twenty-four hours -- distorted, despite our best efforts to eliminate gross bias, by the very process of compression that makes it possible for you to lift it from the doorstep and read it in about an hour. If we labeled the product accurately, then we could immediately add: But it's the best we could do under the circumstances, and we will be back tomorrow with a corrected and updated version. [David Broder, Pulitzer Prize acceptance speech, 1973]