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Byline

In journalism, the text usually immediately below the headline giving the name, company and/or position of an article's writer.
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What shameless plugging you say, but anyone who's picked up a newspaper and ranted at the back page by-lines may be interested to hear the trade secrets of those who write about sport for a living.
Reporters withheld their by-lines, opposition MPs demanded a public inquiry, the letters-to-the-editor pages filled up with criticism and hundreds of Citizen readers cancelled their subscriptions.
As might be apt, however, at this inflection point in the calendar, there are new names on some of the by-lines and a report on a new structure and plan for the Federal-State cooperative labor market information system.
All-male they were - and the biggest by-lines of their Fleet Street day when conceiving him in 1947 on a ferry home from Belgium after a 5-2 win by England (Tommy Lawton 2, Tom Finney 2, Stan Mortensen 1).
Good publicity can be the result of media interviews, by-lines articles, informational breifings or een coverage of a speech at a professional conference.
Academics can contribute authoritative articles under their own names or ghostwrite under staff by-lines on topics such as new accounting software, recent tax law changes or other topics of interest to clients.
When I first arrived at Columbia journalism school in 1972, I couldn't help but be impressed by by-lines of graduates pinned to the bulletin board.
This is a player comfortable on either flank or through the middle, happy to hit by-lines or cut inside, a sumptuous dribbler and someone with an unerring eye for goal, be it from open play, in the air or from dead-ball situations, where he is superior even to Beckham.
However, as in the case of the curate's egg, it is good in parts and as you are open enough to show by-lines, I am able to exercise my discretion in ignoring that which is irrelevant, frivolous, inflammatory, or downright ridiculous.
DeLavan is the author of more than 50 magazine articles, with by-lines in Communication World, Atlanta Magazine and Delta SKY Magazine, where she is a regular columnist.
Once the kids learn the basic steps of the software, they are amazed at seeing their writing put into book form complete with cover art and by-lines.
Hitting the by-lines and lumping over crosses isn't the preferred approach of either team with so many runners so adept at making shapes around the edge of the box.