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NEWS

Abbreviation for:
Nights, Evenings and Weekends Service (Out of Hours)
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Partnering with other innovative media companies is core to our mission to change the face of millennial-focused news in the digital age," said Blake Sabatinelli, general manager of Newsy.
The investment is part of a larger $8 million financing for TransMed and represents Arsenal s largest equity investment to date, the firm invested $3 million in Newsy.
Newsy collects video from a variety of sources and provides "a broader view" of the news "in a concise format.
The letters are well written, newsy, chatty, and informative.
It's just there are so many different types of column: There's the newsy ones in the "serious" papers talking about issues; there's the newsy ones in the "not-so-serious" papers that judge everybody and everything.
Like the letters we hear the Japanese soldiers writing throughout the film, the note from the young man's mother is newsy, ordinary, nothing special.
Davis, she was also the NVGA Secretary) published the proceedings of "The National Convention of the Association" along with newsy tidbits from the eight branches of NVGA.
Your powerful ruler the Moon shimmers and your family circle will be brimming with newsy events.
What's newsy," he says, "is that there are very distinctive and reasonable functions for the two fluids in the venom.
PRI's drive-time business program "Marketplace" is just as newsy as NPR's "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered," though with a looser, sharper feel.
Among the new features on the Vale site will be an A to Z of council services, and more newsy and readable content, designed to keep people, businesses and visitors up-to-date with what's happening in the area.
It's an incredibly newsy state," says Anderson, 53, who has spent most of his life in Utah, including 23 years working at the Associated Press' Salt Lake City bureau, where he covered the Mormon Church, "probably the most influential body in the state.