NEWS


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NEWSNorth, East, West, South (compass points)
NEWSNever Ending Wonderful Story (film)
NEWSNetworked Extensible Windowing System
NEWSNetwork News
NEWSNational Early Warning System (Sri Lanka)
NEWSNetWare Early Warning System
NEWSNorth East Watercolor Society (New York, USA)
NEWSNetwork Window System
NEWSNetwork Extensible Windowing System
NEWSNapa Emergency Women's Services
NEWSNotable Events Weather and Sport
NEWSNuclear Events Web-based System (IAEA)
NEWSNetwork Windowing System
NEWSNaval Electronic Warfare Simulator
NEWSNever Eat Soggy Wheat (mnemonic for compass points)
NEWSNaval Environmental Watch Steward
NEWSNothing Ever Worth Saying
NEWSNAVAIDS, Emergency Return, Weather, Standard Instrument Departure/Speeds
NEWSNetwork of European Worldshops (Germany)
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References in classic literature ?
What, going so soon?" he continued, as the Fox began to turn away as soon as he had heard the news. "Will you not stop and congratulate the Dog on the reign of universal peace?"
that is, I would have refused, and to be sure it may be called refusing, for I might have had it certainly; and to be sure you might have been in some houses;--but, for my part, would not methinks for the world have your ladyship wrong me so much as to imagine I ever thought of betraying you, even before I heard the good news."
The Boston Globe was the first paper to receive news by telephone.
I have read, in another account of these events, that on Sunday morning "all London was electrified by the news from Woking." As a matter of fact, there was nothing to justify that very extravagant phrase.
Hence Fred talked by preference of what he considered indifferent news, and "a propos of that young Ladislaw" mentioned what he had heard at Lowick Parsonage.
Reviewing his impressions of the recent battle, picturing pleasantly to himself the impression his news of a victory would create, or recalling the send-off given him by the commander in chief and his fellow officers, Prince Andrew was galloping along in a post chaise enjoying the feelings of a man who has at length begun to attain a long-desired happiness.
Alban returned from the railway, with news of the fugitive.
"Oh, papa, what news-- what news? Have you heard from my uncle?"
"I will answer for it, I bring you news you little expect.
The Flibberty-Gibbet got the news at Mboli Pass, and ran down to Ugi.
The first real printed English newspaper was called the Weekly News. It was published in 1622, while King Charles I was still upon the throne.
Astor, for the success of this object of his ambition, that this gleam of good news was almost overpowering.