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  • n  an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution

  • When she handed over the reins of the Post to son Donald in 1979, she had transformed it from a traditional broadsheet flirting with dinosaur status into a vibrant, modern .
  • By the mid-1990s, retail advertising began to fall off because, the thinking went, modern businesses wanted broadsheet displays, not shrunken tabloid pages.
  • So, most hot summer days, the local peasants sit on concrete stoops, pant legs hiked up to their thighs, fanning themselves with the latest propaganda broadsheet from Beijing and .
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  • John Henry’s Globe bid raises fears
    Sports-savvy readers could be crying foul if Red Sox owner John Henry’s bid to team up with the owner of the Bruins to buy the Globe wins out, fearing the beleaguered broadsheet would shy away from hard-hitting coverage, according to media experts. “If he owns the paper, he can give good coverage to the team,” said Edward Atorino, a media analyst with The Benchmark Company. “I know what I would ...
    June 29, 2013 - Boston Herald
  • “I travelled to England to have an abortion” - Irish woman reveals her very tough ordeal
    A 30-year-old Irish woman writes about her personal experience of making the tough decision to travel to England for an abortion. She first wrote about it on .
    June 26, 2013 - Irish Central

  • David Kirk in Sydney Morning Herald
    Mr Kirk confirmed the company would implement "a narrower broadsheet format for the SMH and The Age" in the first half of 2008.
  • Paul Keating in Asia Pacific Media Network
    He used to be an investigative journalist for a top broadsheet. The whole thing ties in with an event in his past, which has a lot to do with his current mental state. One of the girls he went to college with started working for the Deputy Prime... James Nesbitt Yorkshire Evening Post May 1, 2008 12918 17562 broadsheet It will be an absolute snatch and grab operation the moment the (restrictions are) lifted," Mr Keating told ABC radio yesterday. "In cities like Sydney and Melbourne, where you pick up a broadsheet newspaper...... you'd find it probably...

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