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news flash

noun, Journalism.
flash (def 6).
Origin of news flash
1900-05 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Because, news flash for you, not all moral positions are equivalent.
  • Well a news flash for all of you who lump believers into the same basket.
  • It's no news flash that the economy has been struggling for over a year, with the high-tech sector taking the biggest beating.
  • news flash: every country controls its currency through the money supply.
  • news flash get several jobs, get educated, join the military.
  • news flash: a big business doesn't care about privacy, as long as it can use the information it has to make a profit.
  • It is a godsend to the expert manipulators of illusion, layout, and news flash.
  • news flash: everything on this planet came from space.
  • news flash: applying critical thinking is not objective.
  • But it's actually a news flash from three decades ago.

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