A brief history of newspaper lingo

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neilmac  Identity Verified
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Synchronicity or coincidence? Sep 20, 2013

Interesting article. Particularly for me, as I posted a question about "yellow journalism" today in my pair! I didn't realise the Spanish expression originally came from English, as it's not common parlance nowadays (AFAIK).

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