According to two sources, the firm “commissioned burglaries to obtain material for journalists.”
If she is, and she fails to give up her sources, Winter could face up to six months in prison.
sources close to both told me that they planned all out war.
sources in the military have privately admitted to me that they are currently outgunned.
sources at Emilia Wickstead told Grazia Daily that it was a bespoke dress specially made for Kate.
The only sources of their livelihood are fishing and bathing visitors.
It is a danger that lurks and hides in the sources and fountains of power in every state.
The people of a story are not to be neglected as sources of interest.
Were I to reach the sources of the Nile, I should expect to meet him there.
But both of these sources of assistance were out of the question.
mid-14c., "support, base," from Old French sourse "a rising, beginning, fountainhead of a river or stream" (12c.), fem. noun taken from past participle of sourdre "to rise, spring up," from Latin surgere "to rise" (see surge (n.)). Meaning "a first cause" is from late 14c., as is that of "fountain-head of a river." Meaning "written work (later also a person) supplying information or evidence" is from 1788.
"obtain from a specified source," 1972, from source (n.). Related: Sourced; sourcing.