NEWS


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NEWS

Abbreviation for:
Nights, Evenings and Weekends Service (Out of Hours)
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I was going to tell your ladyship the news.--His honour's majesty, Heaven bless him, hath given the duke the slip, and is marching as fast as he can to London, and ten thousand French are landed to join him on the road."
Sophia was not greatly pleased with this news, nor with the gentleman who related it; but, as she still imagined he knew her (for she could not possibly have any suspicion of the real truth), she durst not show any dislike.
In half an hour the last warning came: "Light up; the thermometer registers twenty-nine." The smudge-pot artillery was set ablaze, and kept blazing until the news came that the icy forces had retreated.
He became alarmed at the news in this, and went again to Waterloo station to find out if communication were restored.
"I hope it is good news? There has been an encounter with Mortier?
"I will go to Meryton," said she, "as soon as I am dressed, and tell the good, good news to my sister Philips.
le Chevalier d'Artagnan, who brings you some news."
"At any rate, his news to-night has given me a better insight into the life down here," Joan said.
Defoe was one of the first to change this, to write articles and comments upon the news. Gradually newspapers became plentiful.
WHILE difficulties and disasters had been gathering about the infant settlement of Astoria, the mind of its projector at New York was a prey to great anxiety.
Full of thanks, and full of news, Miss Bates knew not which to give quickest.
As far as Gania was concerned, it might have been supposed that the news had come through Varvara Ardalionovna, who had suddenly become a frequent visitor of the Epanchin girls, greatly to their mother's surprise.