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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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A senior law ministry official believes there is a need to conduct a thorough inquiry in Pakistan to identify the officials who had engaged Broadsheet on unfair terms in 2002.
It's understood that Broadsheet started work against Sharifs as the first targets immediately after signing the contract in 2003.
Mr Khosa said Broadsheet had to approach the Supreme Court when the international arbitration asked the firm to submit Volume 10 of the JIT report obtained from Pakistan's attorney general office and NAB.
KT won for News Design among broadsheets and also for Sports Broadsheets.
Dublin-born Bono, who is more used to writing lyrics than opinion pieces, will pen at least 10 columns for the broadsheet paper - nicknamed The Grey Lady - next year.
A LITTLE-READ Scottish broadsheet "serialised" a book purportedly about me yesterday.
Finally, ask your students to measure the size of a newspaper broadsheet. Take one of these broadsheets and fold it once on itself, producing two thicknesses of paper.
THE SOURCE: "Bye, Bye, Broadsheet" by Michael Wolff, in Vanity Fair, Oct.
By September, the 50-cent paper (the same price as the bigger broadsheet) was selling a little more than 1,000 copies a day, Kirkpatrick says, adding that he had hoped the paper would be selling 2,000 to 3,000 copies by then.
Acquired titles include the broadsheet "Berliner Zeitung," consumer weeklies and financial newspapers produced by the unit's printing operation.
Also on view were a group of droll black-and-white illustrations McKenzie contributed to a self-consciously twee Edinburgh broadsheet called The One O'Clock Gun, matted and framed with pages from the paper; a number of languid, seminude pencil studies of the artist's female friends; and big chalk-and-charcoal abstractions that transform rubbings taken from urban pavements into grisaille de Stijl grids.
Instead the nonagenarian goes to work for the West Tisbury Grackle a one page broadsheet published by William Botts.