We kept that a secret so well, apart from The Metro or some newspaper in the U.K. that did an article on it.
I was adamant that she was too young and took the newspaper to my parents for further authority.
His mansions are gone and so are his restaurants, his newspaper, the bank, and the brokerage.
She faced a constant barrage of questions on whether or not she was going to stay with the newspaper editor in the next series.
Seau certainly had an impact on Barbara Cousins Trageser, an editor with the North County Times newspaper in San Diego County.
We give an account of these two balls as it appeared in a newspaper of that period.
The next day's newspaper brought tidings of what had happened.
One newspaper states that there were about 340 in the company.
Never before had I realised what a great thing a newspaper is!
What matters to me that newspaper or the education of the people?
[T]he newspaper that drops on your doorstep is a partial, hasty, incomplete, inevitably somewhat flawed and inaccurate rendering of some of the things we have heard about in the past twenty-four hours -- distorted, despite our best efforts to eliminate gross bias, by the very process of compression that makes it possible for you to lift it from the doorstep and read it in about an hour. If we labeled the product accurately, then we could immediately add: But it's the best we could do under the circumstances, and we will be back tomorrow with a corrected and updated version. [David Broder, Pulitzer Prize acceptance speech, 1973]