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  *报* | 报* | *报
to announce / to inform / report / newspaper / recompense / revenge / CL: , 張|张
  *份* | 份* | *份
classifier for gifts, newspaper, magazine, papers, reports, contracts etc / variant of
  *载* | 载* | *载
to record in writing / to carry (i.e. publish in a newspaper etc) / Taiwan pr. [zai4] / year
daily newspaper
printing block / section (of a newspaper) / board (of BBS or discussion forum)
  *订* | 订* | *订
to agree / to conclude / to draw up / to subscribe to (a newspaper etc) / to order
newspaper (i.e. a company) / CL:
serialized / published as a serial (in a newspaper)
announcement (written, on billboard, letter, newspaper or website) / to post information / a notice
People's Daily (PRC newspaper)
(newspapers etc) copy / copywriter / (office etc) paperwork / (old) secretary / clerk
"Times" (newspaper, e.g. New York Times)
newspaper / newsprint / CL: , , 張|张
evening newspaper / (in a newspaper's name) Evening News
newspapers and periodicals / the press
to carry a story / to publish (in a newspaper or magazine)
page of a publication (e.g. newspaper or website) / printing space (reserved for some content) / page layout
China Youth (official newspaper) / abbr. for 中国青年报
morning newspaper / (in a newspaper's name) Morning Post
business newspaper
China Daily (an English language newspaper)
morning newspaper
this newspaper
manuscript / article (in newspaper) / draft
Legal Daily, newspaper published by PRC Ministry of Justice
Beijing news (newspaper)
to log out (computer) / to publish / to be published / to appear (in a newspaper etc)
foreign edition (of a newspaper)
to publish (in newspapers or magazines) / to record (bookkeeping entries)
chief editor (of newspaper) / abbr. for 總編輯|总编辑
tabloid newspaper
Post (in the name of a newspaper)
Guangming Daily, a Beijing newspaper
China Times (newspaper) / abbr. for 中國時報|中国时报 [Zhong1 guo2 Shi2 bao4]
guide (used in newspaper names)
Mainichi Shimbun, a Japanese daily newspaper
(newspaper's) front page
person who writes articles - newspapers, magazines, blogs (informal) / scribe / copyist / a talented writer of articles or of calligraphy
New York Times (newspaper)
the Times (newspaper) / River Thames, through London
chief editor (of newspaper)
to read newspapers
Reference News (PRC limited-distribution daily newspaper)
editorial (in a newspaper) / CL:
Daily Mail (newspaper)
arrogant / full-page proofs (of newspaper) / detailed drawing
Southern Weekend (newspaper)
newspaper chain / syndicate
Beijing Daily (newspaper), www.bjd.com.cn
in the newspaper
China Business News (newspaper)
editorial (in a newspaper) / also written 社論|社论
Ming Pao newspaper (Hong Kong)
Wen Wei Po (Hong Kong newspaper) / Wenhui News (Shanghai newspaper)
Times (newspaper)
The Guardian (U.K. newspaper)
Xinhua Daily newspaper
observer / The Observer (UK newspaper)
Trud (Russian newspaper)
masthead (of a newspaper etc) / nameplate
(newspaper) extra / special number (of a periodical)
Washington Post (newspaper)
to publish in the newspapers
Beijing Times (newspaper)
Epoch Times, US newspaper
Dagong Bao, popular newspaper name / Ta Kung Pao, newspaper founded 1902 in Beijing, now published in Hong Kong
additional publication / supplement (to a newspaper)
newspaper cutting / clippings
(of a newspaper) to stop accepting incoming articles
subscriber (to a newspaper or periodical)
official (government-operated) newspaper
Asahi Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
wall newspaper
the name of various newspapers, notably Le Monde (France), El Mundo (Spain) and Die Welt (Germany)
Washington Times (newspaper)
vertical space in a newspaper between two attached pages / vertical line on the back of clothing
United Daily News, Taiwan newspaper
New York Post (newspaper)
Tribune (in newspaper names)
to run a newspaper / to publish a newspaper
in the newspaper(s)
Daily Telegraph (newspaper)
The Sun (the name of various newspapers, notably in the UK and in Hong Kong)
China Business (a Beijing newspaper)
New Strait Times (newspaper)
Pravda (newspaper)
Sin Chew Daily, Malaysian newspaper
China Times (newspaper)
South China Morning Post (newspaper in Hong Kong)
Daily Express (newspaper)
World Journal, US newspaper
to fill a blank space / to fill a slot (in a newspaper column, a TV program etc)
Sing Tao Daily, Hong Kong newspaper
Daily Mirror (newspaper)
Yomiuri Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
advertising column (in a newspaper) / bulletin board
to fill a gap (e.g. a gap in knowledge or blank space in a print layout) / to make some additional remarks / filler (in a newspaper or magazine)
Chosun Ilbo, a South Korean newspaper
Nanyang Siang Pau (Malay's oldest newspaper)

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