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A local newspaper headline read, ``Snow Falls and Tears Fall for Our Danny.
Leir was born in 1935 in San Francisco and first became interested in UFOs in 1947, when his father showed the family a newspaper headline announcing the U.
A newspaper headline today said we are out of business and that's just not true," Peterson declared.
Any reminder, a newspaper headline or a television commercial, would have brought McCain back to his moment of misery, when a self-described mental lapse caused him to fall from the high bar during the final round of the Olympic Trials.
Attacks on jazz, the subject of the final episode, were fairly clear-cut examples of racism - one newspaper headline of the time declared the music ''harkens back to the African jungle,'' while another fretted that it ``put the 'sin' in syncopation.
There, that morning, the newspaper headline screamed ``TRUMAN FIRES MACARTHUR.
Download Newspaper Headlines for Saturday, November 18, 2017 NNA - Below are the leading newspaper headlines for Saturday, November 18, 2017: - An-Nahar - Significant "media targeting" of ment crisis stage
SINCE Matt first met Kym last year, his life has been lived out in the glare of publicity on Twitter and in newspaper headlines.
The blanket coverage of the team's preparation, the laughable newspaper headlines and the dramatic montages on the telly - yes it can be a little much - but it can also be very entertaining.
In dealing with English newspaper headlines, readers are always involved in seeking out and "translating" meaning.
23 -- Newspaper headlines have this captivating effect on the readers where one is forced to sit down and mull over the contents that warrant such bold captions.
One of the infamous newspaper headlines from his career was The Sun's Freddie Starr Ate My Hamster - an incident that he always denied and his publicist Max Clifford admitted was untrue.