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NEWS

Abbreviation for:
Nights, Evenings and Weekends Service (Out of Hours)
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A newspaper is not all the work of one man, but of many whose names we seldom know, but who work together so that each morning we may have our paper.
Without answering, without the slightest change in look or manner, Clara took the newspaper from the ground, and read the top line in the column, printed in capital letters:
The war between France and Germany, he remarked, was still going on: the newspaper had offered to employ him again in the capacity of correspondent.
I don't think it will be much of a newspaper if it isn't printed," said Dan scornfully.
And--oh, yes--a water-front comrade of earlier years drifted along one day with a dress suit wrapped in newspapers.
He folded up the newspaper, and put it in his coat-tail pocket.
The newspaper man and his new friend drank together and, skillfully prompted by the former, the conversation drifted back to the subject of Hamilton Fynes.
Julius accepted the waiter's newspaper, and sat down to make (if possible) two discoveries: First, as to whether "Tinkler" did, or did not, mean a man.
He immediately resigned and found another place; but after the reporters had driven him away from half-a-dozen positions, he steeled himself to brazen out the newspaper persecution.
For several weeks he had been worried by a strange silence on the part of the newspaper storiette syndicate.
Pott took up his position on an opposite settle, and selecting one from a little bundle of newspapers, began to read against his enemy.
Once in a while he withdrew his glance from the newspaper and looked about him.