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Noun
/ˈn(y)o͞ozˌpāpər/,
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newspapers, plural;
  1. A printed publication (usually issued daily or weekly) consisting of folded unstapled sheets and containing news, feature articles, advertisements, and correspondence

  2. The organization responsible for producing a particular newspaper


  1. a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements; "he read his newspaper at breakfast"
  2. a business firm that publishes newspapers; "Murdoch owns many newspapers"
  3. the physical object that is the product of a newspaper publisher; "when it began to rain he covered his head with a newspaper"
  4. cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers; "they used bales of newspaper every day"
  5. A newspaper is a regularly scheduled publication containing news, information, and advertising. By 2007 there were 6580 daily newspapers in the world (including 1456 in the U.S.) selling 395 million copies a day (55 million in the U.S). ...
  6. The Newspaper, published by non-profit corporation Planet Publications Inc., is the largest independent student-run campus newspaper in Canada with circulation on the University of Toronto campus. It began publishing in 1978 and was briefly operated as The Independent Weekly. ...
  7. (Newspapers) (1) a daily spiritual death. (2) a device unable to discriminate between a bicycle accident and the collapse of civilization.
  8. (Newspapers) AM New York  · Baltimore Sun  · Chicago Tribune · Hartford Courant  · Los Angeles Times  · Newsday(Sale Pending)  · South Florida Sun-Sentinel  · Orlando Sentinel  · The Morning Call  · Daily Press  · Chicago RedEye  · Hoy (Chicago and Los Angeles)
  9. (Newspapers) Akron beacon Journal (daily); Suburbanite (weekly)
  10. (Newspapers) Appropriate reading material will be made available to the client, and alternative requests are welcome.
  11. (Newspapers) Belch and Belch estimate that newspapers are read daily in 70 percent of U.S. households, and in as many as 90 percent of high-income households. Newspapers permit a level of detail in health reporting not feasible with broadcast media. ...
  12. (Newspapers) Neighborsgo · Al Día · The Dallas Morning News · The Business Press · Denton Record-Chronicle · La Prensa  · The Press-Enterprise · The Providence Journal · Quick! · Rhode Island Weekly · Texas Almanac
  13. (Newspapers) and magazines etc are purchased through Newsagents that usually have a small shop about the size, lighting and olfactory equivalent of a bat cave and that's not the Batman and Robin kind. ...
  14. (Newspapers) still are being published, but not much are read anymore. Pg. 1
  15. To dream of newspapers, denotes that frauds will be detected in your dealings, and your reputation will likewise be affected. To print a newspaper, you will have opportunities of making foreign journeys and friends. ...
  16. A periodical which is published frequently, daily, weekly, or at other intervals. Printed on newsprint and folded instead of being bound together. Sometimes it is staple bound.
  17. A serial publication printed and distributed daily or weekly containing news, opinions, advertising, and other items of general interest.
  18. A newspaper is a lightweight and disposable periodical, usually printed on low-cost paper called newsprint, containing a journal of current news in a variety of topics. These topics can include political events, crime, sports, opinion, and weather.
  19. A publication containing information about varied topics that are pertinent to general information, a geographic area, or a specific subject matter (i.e. business, culture, education). Often published daily.
  20. The unduplicated number of adults who "read or looked into" the publication within a specific time frame. A Sunday/daily cume is the number of adults who read or looked into the publication on either day. If a person reads the paper on both days, the reader is counted only once.
  21. A serial (1.3.2) publication issued at stated, frequent intervals containing news, opinions, advertisements, and other topical material, usually on paper (see Footnote 12).
  22. Periodical publication that focuses primarily on current news events. Articles tend to be short and are written by journalists hired by newspaper publishing companies. Examples include The Philadelphia Inquirer and The New York Times. May be available in print, microfilm, or electronic form.
  23. of a newspaper: author(s), article title, name of newspaper, section title and page number(s) if desired, date of publication;
  24. a publication written by journalists and usually printed every day or every week that reports the news and current events.
  25. can symbolize you have a counseling ability – you have the ability to uncover detailed information about people.