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Broadside

A large piece of paper on which only one side has print. A broadside is used to make an announcement. It formerly was used as a common way to publish newspapers, though this is rare now. It is also called a broadsheet.
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Some discerning readers (or students) will tell you that a broadsheet cannot be physically folded 20 times.
The next desertion from the broadsheet ranks was far more shocking.
Images of the Outcast offers the reader a feast of reproductions from these broadsheets, ensembles and illustrated books, many published for the first time.
The continuing slump in advertising has affected all titles, broadsheets and tabloids alike.
The Norwegian media group Schibsted ASA said on Tuesday (23 March) that its newspaper Aftenposten would change the format of its morning edition from broadsheet to tabloid in January 2005.
The shrewdly timed launch of The Herald appears to squash any rumors of other interests entering the English-language market, which has had trouble supporting more than one daily English paper in the past, evidenced most recently by The News' destruction of a short-lived broadsheet rival, The Mexico City Times, in the 1990s.
The Independent newspaper will be the first broadsheet to use a double gatefold advertising format.
What you may not know is that the Sunday Mail is read by more Scots than ALL of our broadsheet rivals put together.
The last three chapters deal with broadsheet representations of urban life, the years immediately prior to the revolution, and finally, the rediscovery of Posada by the Mexican muralists after 1920.
The Broadsheet kit enables customers to quickly prototype and develop next generation ePaper products.
Owing to leadership in the broadsheet and tabloid categories, the Philstar Media Group continued to be the preferred newspaper brand of print advertisers.
The topics include fifty thousand Veronicas: print runs of broadsheets in the 15th and early 16th centuries, bread and fairs: broadsheet printing for the municipality of Lyons 1497-1570, the king is dead: German broadsheets printed on the death of Gustavus Adolphus and Charles I, advertising medical studies in 16th-century Basel: function and use of academic disputation, and witchcraft illustrated: the crime of witchcraft in early modern German news broadsheets.