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byline
used in In the Unlikely Event

3 uses
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Definition
a line giving the name of the writer of an article — typically at the top of the article
  • I hear he's considered so good the paper is doubling his salary and giving him his own byline.
    p. 161.8
byline = printed line giving the name of the writer of an article
  • 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.
    p. 67.3
  • byline = printed line giving the name of the writer of an article
  • "Byline, yes," Henry said.
    p. 161.8
byline = printed line giving the name of the writer of an article
There are no more uses of "byline" in In the Unlikely Event.

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