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NEWS

Abbreviation for:
Nights, Evenings and Weekends Service (Out of Hours)
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However, before we can find our own joy and communicate it to the joyless, we must ask ourselves: Do I really believe that the essence of the message that God has spoken into the world through the authors of both biblical testaments is, indeed, good news? Do I believe that this good news can speak with any relevance to a 21st-century human community?
THERE is nothing like good news to lift the spirits of Jurgen Klinsmann - and a German opinion poll released today is nothing like good news.
Hot on the heels of the invention of a website for good news only, an imaginative newspaper reporter decided to test press officers by ringing them and asking for positive news stories.
It is easy to go out and spread the Good News when you know what the Good News is!
HEY, GOOD NEWS! THEY'VE CHANGED THE STANDARDS ON YOUR BARREL!
It was not that long ago when Western Christendom was sending missionaries by the thousands to deepest, darkest Africa in order to spread the Good News. To the credit of the missionaries, they were very good at what they did.
The good news is: Air America still has a raison d'etre.
THERE'S GOOD NEWS and not-so-good news about Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome in southern China.
He goes on TV to declare: 'My fellow Americans, I have some good news and some bad news to tell you.
Are economic policymakers ready to handle the good news? More balanced global growth would seem to ameliorate if not solve our adjustment problem.
But now for some good news: CMS proposes to provide some relief in the form of a 2.9% increase in Medicare payment rates to SNFs in FY 2004--a $400 million boost to the industry.
(We await the inevitable study on the effects of coding TV shows on student sexual behavior.) Then comes the well-publicized report which inevitably-includes some bad news, some good news, and a self-aggrandizing claim of relevance and impact.