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broadside

A separately published piece of paper, usually printed on one side and intended to be read unfolded, which is posted, publicly distributed or sold—e.g., proclamations, handbills, newsheets.
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Substitute national broadsheets don't hold the interest for a local burrowing mammal, and the Yorkshire Post just doesn't give Town the coverage.
As someone who started dummying newspapers pages in the mid-1970s era of a broadsheet being 13-by-22, I think of today's sizes a "toy" newspapers.
Another broadsheet took a similar view on the positive performance from the co-hosts.
The broadsheet features sections will be inserted into the tabloid edition.
Kevin Paterson, aged 32, who works for KPMG, said: "I think the age of the traditional broadsheet has gone now.
Kevin, 57, a lecturer in PR and journalism at Sunderland University, was deputy editor when The Journal changed to a tabloid format after 160 years as a broadsheet.
I thank the staff for their patient direction and other acts of kindness appertaining to the resultant work, and am confident that if the book and my broadsheet poem Winter Pilgrimage are surplus, that there can be no finer accolade than they become 'Bootho's'.
They featured one newspaper reader holding a broadsheet, another holding a tabloid.
Former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan encapsulated that spirit in a November 4 Wall Street Journal column: "Every time the big networks and big broadsheet national newspapers tried to pull off a bit of pro-liberal mischief--CBS and the fabricated Bush National Guard documents, the New York Times and bombgate, CBS's 60 Minutes attempting to coordinate the breaking of bombgate on the Sunday before the election--the yeomen of the blogosphere and AM radio and the Internet took them down.
The new format has proportions more similar to the traditional broadsheet size, making design easier.
has performed the herculean task of obtaining images of every known German political broadsheet for this series, with collections listed in 15 countries.
I HAVE been reading the ECHO since the 1970s, when it wasa broadsheet, and I have read so many great columnists.