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4359 examples of weeklies in sentences

Three weeks later that photograph was reproduced as a double-page illustration in one of the prominent pictorial weeklies.

"The only other papers in this senatorial deestric', which covers three counties," continued the visitor, in impressive tones, "air weeklies, run by political mud-slingers that's bought up by the Kleppish gang.

Bein' as it's a daily it's got more power than all of Kleppish's weeklies put together, and if you work the campaign proper I'll win the nomination hands down.

Her 'composition'that is the old-fashioned namewas published in one of the literary weeklies, and they all congratulate themselves and each other over her success.

Be this as it may, we always got fuller and better correlated and co-ordinated news of the German East African Campaign from "Reuter" or from The Times weekly edition.

But Best would read his weekly Times by the light of the lamp at their camp table for all the Huns in Christendom, he said, and derided Hallam's surer sense of danger near at hand.

Can you fancy yourself in a peer's robe with a velvet-lined coronet, Staff?" Stafford grunted for reply, and there was silence for a minute, during which Howard turned over the pages of one of the illustrated weeklies which lay on the table, and suddenly he looked up and exclaimed: "Have you seen this?" Stafford shook his head.

It was all in the ponderously airy form of one of those more or less true stories of which some modern weeklies seem to have an inexhaustible supply, but it was a particularly vicious specimen of its class so far as Mr. Van Torp was concerned.

There are several literary weeklies, monthlies, and other periodicals, for Swedes are great readers and, unlike the Americans, have not lost their taste for poetry.

* * ร€ propos of the Patriotic Press, no praise can be too high for some of our society weeklies.

The North Star, in size, typography, and interest, compared favorably with the other weeklies of the day, and lived for seventeen years.

Mr. Morehouse, who took one or two French and English illustrated weeklies as well as New York daily papers, saw these things as soon as Theo Dene saw them; and, when Angela returned to San Francisco from Bakersfield, he told her of the Prince's project.

Trevelyan, who had known him when he was a travelling correspondent and artist for one of the great weeklies, had found him at the club the night before, and had asked him to his wife's impromptu dinner, from which he had at first begged off, but, on learning who was to be there, had changed his mind and accepted.

Colored newspapers varying from the type of weeklies like The North Star to that of the modern magazine like The Anglo-African were published in most large towns and cities of the North.

Most of the good weeklies, certainly, speak the truth as they see it; they are, in fact, a very creditable section of our press; but the idea of the Fact was to be absolutely unbiased on each issue that turned up by anything it had ever thought before.

He was poring over some pictures of Panama in one of the weeklies, sufficiently deep in them to permit Katie to sit there for the moment pondering methods of attack.

His slight conceptions of war, then, were a mere matter of print and books and pictures, and the first months of this present war were exactly the same, no more and no lessnewspaper paragraphs and photos and drawings in the weeklies hanging on the bookstalls.

There is a style and a class of words and phrases belonging to country newspapers, and to the city weeklies which have the largest bucolic circulation, which you detect in the Congressional eloquence of the honorable member for the Fifteenth District, Mass., and in the Common-School Reports of Boston Corner,a style and words that remind us of the country gentry whose titles date back to the Plantagenets.

Indeed, the income of the average general practitioner would not permit of such a thing, and almost the only means of contact between him and current thought lies in the one or other of our two great medical weeklies to which he happens to subscribe.

From 1892 to 1897, A Luz, O Bombaim Esse, A Luo, O Intra Jijent, O Opiniao Nacional Konknni-Portuguese weeklies were published.

In 1967, the two weeklies Sot and A Vida were combined and Divtti, a daily, was brought into existence by Felicio Cardoso.

Later he started two of his own weeklies and named Novo Uzvadd and Prokas.

Still worse is the temper of some of our society weeklies, which have set their faces like flint against any serious reference to the War, and go imperturbably along the old ante-bellum lines, "snapping" smart people at the races or in the Row, or reproducing the devastating beauty of a revue chorus, and this at a time when every day brings the tidings of irreparable loss to hundreds of families.

(In Detective fiction weekly, May 28, 1938) ยฉ 17May38; B378388.

(In Detective fiction weekly, Oct. 29, 1938) ยฉ 18Oct38; B394633.

(In Detective fiction weekly, Aug. 13, 1938) ยฉ 2Aug38; B383816.

(In Detective fiction weekly, Sept. 30, 1939)

serially in Sunday American weekly, Oct. 29-Dec. 17, 1939.

(In Detective fiction weekly, June 22, 1940) ยฉ 11Jun40; B460096.

(In The American weekly, Sept. 8-Oct. 27, 1940) ยฉ 8Sep40, B479058; 15Sep40, B470025; 22Sep40, B479059; 29Sep40, B470420; 6Oct40, B479060; 13Oct40, B479061; 20Oct40, B479571; 27Oct40, B479062.

serially in The American weekly, Sept. 8, 1940-Oct. 27, 1940.

(In Wild west weekly, Dec. 21, 1940)

(In Detective fiction weekly, May 3, 1941)

(In Detective fiction weekly, Dec. 14, 1940)

KING FEATURES ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.

KING FEATURES SYNDICATE, INC. SEE King Features Illustrated Weekly. King Features Weekly. KING FEATURES WEEKLY.

KING FEATURES SYNDICATE, INC. SEE King Features Illustrated Weekly. King Features Weekly. KING FEATURES WEEKLY.

KING FEATURES SYNDICATE, INC. SEE King Features Illustrated Weekly. King Features Weekly. KING FEATURES WEEKLY.

abroad in the Star weekly, Apr. 4, 1942, as Russia's strength in Siberia.

abroad in the Star weekly, Apr. 11, 1942, as Russia conquers the Arctic.

KING FEATURES ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.

KING FEATURES SYNDICATE, INC. SEE KING FEATURES ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.

KING FEATURES WEEKLY.

KING FEATURES WEEKLY.

serially in Collier's weekly, Dec. 14, 1940-Feb. 22, 1941. NM: additions.

<pb id='386.png' /> FEDERAL RULES SERVICE; the weekly guide to the new Federal practice with the Federal index.

The isolation was severe; there were no callers but the bi-weekly provision carts; letters had to be fetched and newspapers were neglected.

Men, women, and children, speaking all the languages and representing all the countries and races of Europe, are streaming in upon us weekly in widening currents.

Occasionally a farmer "commutes" with his men; allowing a certain sum of money weekly in lieu of beer, leaving them to buy and use it as they please.

Doubtless the German messes get their Punch and the London illustrated weeklies regularly.

I couldn't import a few hens, invest in a new dog, or order a lawn mower, but a full account would grace the next issue of all the weeklies.

I am afraid that few of our Weekly Historians, who are Men that above all others delight in War, will be able to subsist under the Weight of a Stamp, and an approaching Peace.

The first newspaper had been 'the Weekly Newes', first published May 23, 1622, at a time when, says Sir Erskine May (in his 'Constitutional History of England', 1760-1860), 'political discussion was silenced by the licenser, the Star Chamber, the dungeon, the pillory, mutilation, and branding.'

She was walking unconcernedly from one of George Russell's weekly gatherings, when five husky constables blocked the bridge road and hurried her off to jail.

Harper's Weekly, 1871, 15: 1173; 1890, 34: 32.

Perishing near 10,000 poor creatures weekly.

In the autumn of 1759 Goldsmith commenced, for bookseller Wilkie, of St. Paul's Churchyard, the weekly writing of "The Bee," a threepenny magazine of essays.

Warsaw boasted a newspaper establishment, but the proprietor and editor of the weekly sheet had joined his fortunes to those of General Price.

It has even been published in country weeklies and monthly magazines.

A place on the staff of the National Reformer was offered me by Mr. Bradlaugh a few days after our first meeting, and the small weekly salary thus earnedit was only a guinea, for national reformers are always poorwas a very welcome addition to my resources.

He had been holding meetings in a cottage weekly, and had gathered many followers, who were, alas, for the most part professing Christians.

I am aware that the Rev'd Jonas Tutchel, in a recent communication to the Bogus Four Corners Weekly Meridian, has endeavoured to show that this is the sepulchral inscription of Thorwald Eriksson, who, as is well known, was slain in Vinland by the natives.

In the meantime cargoes of slaves are almost weekly landed in the neighbourhood of Bahia: the thousand evils of the vile system are each day increasing, and with a rapid but unregarded footstep the fearful hour steals on, when a terrible reckoning of unrestrained revenge will repay all the accumulated wrongs of the past, and write in characters of blood an awful warning for the future!

The hours of work are from 9 A.M. to 4.30 P.M. five days weekly, and from 9 to 12.30 on Saturdays.

Nurses get leave from 8 P.M. to 10 P.M. daily and one day weekly; they also have fourteen days' holiday after the first twelve months, increasing subsequently to three weeks a year.

For though the actual railway fare is usually paid, no allowance is made for conveyance of luggage from station to lodgings, and the constant change of quarters naturally makes the weekly expenditure on a higher scale.

On these figures the average weekly earnings of an actor would be 12s.

At home he was always smoking, sitting silent, with dim eyes, like a man in a dreamor reading his father's old books, 'good books,' which filled Bessie with a sense of dreariness unspeakableor pondering his weekly paper.

We formed a literary and musical club, which met weekly at our house, making it the social centre of the entire town.

We met weekly in the church vestry which was soon decorated by handsome pictures, scenery and bric-a-brac, the gifts of our members, making a very spacious and attractive resort.

They defended their systems of fines, which sometimes took away from a girl almost the entire amount of her weekly salary.

You pay rent weekly to a tenement landlord.

The young man's work in the foundry alternated weekly between day and night duty.

We made weekly journeys to the places and generally staid about two nights.

His audiences were not Mr. Mudie's subscribers, but men and women earning weekly wages.

1.00 *Woman's Home Companion ......... 1 yr. 1.00 Word and Works, with almanac .... 1 yr. 1.00 *World Today .................... 1 yr. 1.00 Young People's Weekly ........... 1 yr. .75 Youth ........................... 1 yr.

.50 Dover's Journal (weekly) .........

4.35 with Harper's Monthly or Weekly ....................... 4.75 with St. Nicholas ..................................... 4.00 Scientific American Will be sent in clubs as follows: with Country Life or Theater or Craftsman ............. $5.50 with World's Work or any one in class B ...............

$1.00 Harper's Magazine or Weekly ...... 1 yr.

THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL MONTHLY THE SATURDAY EVENING POST WEEKLY ONE MAGAZINE FREE Send me THREE orders for any combinations (except for Ladies' Home Journal and Saturday Evening Post)

Daily and Sunday by "7 issues": Tri-Weeklies, "t.w."; Semi-Weeklies, "s.w."; Monthlies, "m"; bi-monthlies, "bi-m."; Quarterlies, "q." PRICES SUBJECT TO PUBLISHERS' CHANGES As this Catalogue will be received by many people to whom this Agency is entirely unknown, we give by permission the following names as REFERENCES: GEO.

Daily and Sunday by "7 issues": Tri-Weeklies, "t.w."; Semi-Weeklies, "s.w."; Monthlies, "m"; bi-monthlies, "bi-m."; Quarterlies, "q." PRICES SUBJECT TO PUBLISHERS' CHANGES As this Catalogue will be received by many people to whom this Agency is entirely unknown, we give by permission the following names as REFERENCES: GEO.

Most weekly papers costing $2 per year or less will send sample copies if requested by us to do so.

For sample of weeklies costing over $2.00 a year send 1-50 of yearly subscription price.

.90 Harper's Bazar in Class A: with Leslies and House Beautiful ............. 2.00 with Harper's Magazine or Weekly .............

Always examine the pickles weekly.

She wrote a play, contributed sensational stories to weekly papers, tried teaching, sewing,even going out to service,and would have become an actress but for an accident.

After six weeks' experience in the winter of 1862-63 as a hospital nurse in Washington, she wrote for the Commonwealth, a Boston weekly paper, a series of letters which soon appeared in book form as 'Hospital Sketches,' Miss Alcott says of them, "The 'Sketches' never made much money, but showed me 'my style.'"

He ranked them with those weekly newspapers whose encomiums have no authority, and their darts no effect; which indolent readers run over without believing, and in which sovereigns are insulted without knowing it.

She found abundant employment for energies which might otherwise have turned to cards and scandal, in collecting her weekly, monthly, and quarterly rents, and in promoting, or fancying she did, the religious and moral welfare of her tenants.

Yes, I've "a literary taste," And patronise a weekly journal; 'Tis what is called Scissors and Paste, The paper's poor, the print's infernal.

A coupon and some weekly pence Give me a chance of an annuity.

What of paper is needed for one issue of Harper's Weekly? 16.

The society hold (holds) their (its) meetings weekly.

We recommend that every husband from the first should make his wife an allowance for ordinary household expenseswhich he should pay weekly or monthlyand for the expenditure of which he should not, unless for some urgent reason, call her to account.

A tolerably sure guide in estimating the amount of this item, which does not include rent, taxes, servants' wages, coals, or candles, &c., is to remember that in a small middle-class family, not exceeding four, the expense of each person for ordinary food amounts to fifteen shillings weekly; beyond that number, to ten shillings weekly for each extra person, servant or otherwise.

A tolerably sure guide in estimating the amount of this item, which does not include rent, taxes, servants' wages, coals, or candles, &c., is to remember that in a small middle-class family, not exceeding four, the expense of each person for ordinary food amounts to fifteen shillings weekly; beyond that number, to ten shillings weekly for each extra person, servant or otherwise.

Why, would you believe it, when he draws his weekly salary he keeps out only one dollar for spending money and sends the rest to his wife in Indianapolis!"

The editor of the country weekly seized his pen.

So the uncle and niece entered on their new life, with some loss of independence, and to the Doctor a greater loss in the neighbourhood of the Cathedral and its library; for after the first year or two, as Lady Archfield grew rheumatic, and Sir Philip had his old friend to play backgammon and read the Weekly Gazette, they became unwilling to make the move to Winchester, and generally stayed at home all the winter.