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  • noun

Synonyms for by-line

a line giving the name of the writer of a story or article

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Their by-line was quality clothing at affordable prices.
He played a one-two with brother Stevie, got to the by-line and squared for Taylor to smash it into the back of the net to end a great move.
An experienced defender would have stayed on his feet and made Gabby move out to the by-line as he was going nowhere.
They play with genuine wingers - the likes of James Milner, Ashley Young and Stewart Downing - who are able to hit the by-line whereas Blackburn's wide men seem to be coming inside more and more.
The Bantams went ahead after only two minutes when Dean Furman crossed from the left by-line and Thorne finished from close range.
Stephen Harrison took a quick free-kick down the left to John Toft who cut along the by-line before drilling in an effort from an acute angle which took a deflection on its way into the net.
The pass Ferguson was referring to from Berbatov was cut back with precision from the by-line into the path of the unmarked Tevez for a perfect start.
I am an unshamed fan of wide players and wingers who can take on their full-backs, get past them or beat them to the by-line and get quality crosses into the box.
Stephen Hampshire cut the ball back from the by-line to Charlie King whose miskick fell nicely for Iain Russell to have a go.
There's a familiar by-line in a rather unexpected place this month.
Olivier-Sie showed great pace again in the 23rd minute and crossed from the by-line for Jess to volley home in style.
In addition, Grace and Hotchkiss use only industry data, we use both industry and by-line data.
Knowing the attitude of the Church on this practice I did not want the story on my conscience or under my by-line.
Accountants then submit the articles under their own name or by-line to the editors of weekly community newspapers for publication.
Each by-line was carefully circled in ink, followed by a modest "CJS' and the year of graduation.