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  • My first national byline: "By Rebecca Bloomwood."†   (source)
  • He said he'd been following her byline and seemed to know every piece she'd written better than she did herself.†   (source)
  • The first thing I'll want written into the contract is that each of our pictures carries our own bylines.†   (source)
  • For the foreseeable future, editors would hesitate to publish a story under his byline.   (source)
    byline = printed line giving the name of the writer of an article
  • Henry recognised the man from his byline pic.   (source)
  • I immediately called the reporter at the paper whose byline appeared on the diary stories.   (source)
  • Her byline appeared on each of the widely read front-page features.   (source)
  • He was flushed with excitement, dropping a stack of papers on one end of the table, then handing each of them a copy of the Daily Post, with his story and byline on the front page.   (source)
  • "Byline, yes," Henry said.   (source)
  • The picture was from her old byline at Millennium and could be downloaded off the Net.†   (source)
  • She downloaded copies of some of Svensson's articles and found a photographic byline of him.†   (source)
  • "It's OK to run the story with my byline.†   (source)
  • I'm mesmerized by my byline.†   (source)
  • Have you seen my byline?†   (source)
  • Your byline.†   (source)
  • The Banner ran Roark's biography, under the byline of a writer nobody had ever heard of; it was written by Gail Wynand.†   (source)
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  • He had now gone behind the scenes to look at the code-the line-by-line instructions that told the computer how to behave.†   (source)
  • Issue had been on sale half a lunar before Alvarez noticed it, or had it called to his attention; we were fretted, we wanted that by-line noticed.†   (source)
  • Adam Selene's by-line appeared first in dignified pages of Moonglow over a somber poem titled: "Home.†   (source)
  • The public reads about all sorts of international crises and you're lucky if they ever notice your by-line.†   (source)
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