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news

noun broadcast news, coverage, current affairs, daily news, developments, happenings, hard news, intelligence, media, news gathering, news medium, news service, press, reportage, reporting, the fourth estate, the press, the press corps, word
See also: communication, disclosure, dispatch, information, message, narrative, notice, notification, publicity, report, statement, story
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That makes a lot of sense, especially if the bad news is of the routine variety--i.
Research from the medical field indicates that the communication of bad news by a physician to a patient is difficult and stressful for both parties.
The bad news is they had to spend the GNP of Estonia to do it.
But it is also the wrong kind of bad news for the stock market, the kind that generates uncertainty.
That's why we were hoping that a period of rest would allow the injury to settle down, but Paul is still very tender and I that's bad news for us with big Champions League games coming up.
Preparing a patient for potential bad news usually begins when a problem is detected and an additional diagnostic test--such as a biopsy--is ordered, Dr.
Informing patients and their families of bad news about their diagnoses or prognoses has generally been considered to be the province of the physician; frequently however, nurses are intentionally or inadvertently involved.
The bad news is that these factors are considered normal operating expense line items that will lower your project's indicated value, therefore reducing how much money you can borrow.
Silver counsels executives to look on the bright side of the punishing stock falls that often seem to follow honest disclosures of bad news.
The bad news is that the line between "infringement" and "fair use" of copyrighted material is fading; so the concept of data "ownership" is evolving.