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  • n  cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers

  • For more than ten years, newspapers all over the world have felt the squeeze of newsprint shortages.
  • Charles Holmes Herty's 1933 proof that newsprint could be made out of Southern slash pine excited Southern publishers: with slash pine growing like weeds in the South, they ought .
  • Chemist Charles Holmes Herty has been talking for several years about making fine white newsprint paper from young slashpine, of which Southern States have 10,000,000 acres.

  • Rupert Murdoch in Washington Post
    I like the look and feel of newsprint as much as anyone,Murdoch said. "But our real business isn't printing on dead trees. It's giving our readers great journalism and great judgment."
  • George Galloway in Pravda
    They seem to have got it all out of proportion,Galloway said in an interview with Channel 4 television. "There are so many things happening in the world and they seem to have been devoting acres of newsprint to a reality TV show."
  • Pierre Lacroix in Brandon Sun
    The combination with South Carolina-headquartered Bowater is in the best interests of stockholders in "the current market environment - and here I'm talking about newsprint prices being down significantly, the Canadian dollar being up significantly,...

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