Gazette

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Gazette

the official government publication that lists certain statutory notices such as those relating to insolvency. There are three: the London, Edinburgh and Belfast Gazettes. Its most common use is as a source of detecting firms that are potentially or actually insolvent.
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Behold me, then, at the office of the Daily Gazette, on the staff of which I was a most insignificant unit, with the settled determination that very night, if possible, to find the quest which should be worthy of my Gladys
His words reminded me of the Pall Mall Gazette, which I had brought in my pocket from the Turkish bath.
Indeed, the Court Gazette called him a triumph of Pylotechnic art.
He smoked on again, and again removed the pipe, using it to point at the POLICE GAZETTE illustration.
He glanced at the POLICE GAZETTE illustration and nodded his head at it familiarly.
The GAZETTE warned the electors of Eatanswill that the eyes not only of England, but of the whole civilised world, were upon them; and the INDEPENDENT imperatively demanded to know, whether the constituency of Eatanswill were the grand fellows they had always taken them for, or base and servile tools, undeserving alike of the name of Englishmen and the blessings of freedom.
Here the editor of the Eatanswill GAZETTE, appearing to ramble, Mr.
Pickwick withdrew, and returning with his friends, presented them in due form to the editor of the Eatanswill GAZETTE.
My public station, as editor of the Eatanswill GAZETTE, the position which that paper holds in the country, my constant immersion in the vortex of politics--'
go down into the office, and bring me up the file of the GAZETTE for eighteen hundred and twenty-six.
The announcement of supper put a stop both to the game of ecarte, and the recapitulation of the beauties of the Eatanswill GAZETTE.
Pott was discerned in one of the windows, by the mob beneath; and tremendous was the enthusiasm when the Honourable Samuel Slumkey himself, in top-boots, and a blue neckerchief, advanced and seized the hand of the said Pott, and melodramatically testified by gestures to the crowd, his ineffaceable obligations to the Eatanswill GAZETTE.