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Synonyms for by-line

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

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994 shares of Byline common stock and an amount in cash equal to USD 27.
Byline Bank operates a network of 89 branches in the Chicago metropolitan area.
and pull in correct byline from Contentwatch library "bylines" A GRAVE disrupts work on a huge building site after a family refused to have it moved.
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Reich explained that the byline is a relatively new phenomenon in the history of journalism and that newspapers as respected as The New York Times went out of their way to avoid using bylines as a means of underplaying the importance of the individual reporters.
E01: The byline should read "Chen PV, Osborne R, Ahn E, Avitia S, Abemayor E, Juillard G" [corrected to add omitted author's name--Abemayor E].
He published a Page One editor's note to readers explaining today's byline strike at his paper.
On January 19, editors at the Dallas Morning News distributed a memo outlining a new policy in which only staff-written articles receive a byline while wire stories get the generic credit line, "From Wire Reports.
Nicky Ward bagged his 10th goal of the season on 57 minutes when heading home Toner's cross at the far post from the right byline.
Phil Sutin's byline may be the most recognizable one in the St.
I'D like to see Djibril Cisse forget about scoring goals and just make it to the byline with the ball and get it into the box.
24 in another paper--The Scotsman on Sunday--with the byline of Nicholas Christian, no pay for Parker and paragraph after paragraph lifted directly from her story (www.
His first major byline came with The Continuity of Feudal Power (Cambridge, 1992), an expose on the fortunes of the Caracciolo di Brienza family, a leading Neapolitan clan whose members put impeccable taste and decorum ahead of love and lucre.
Remember how long it took for you to come up with your byline in English and you will have a perspective on the time it can take to agree on an accurate translation in another language.
She graduated to the prestigious Miami Herald, becoming the first teenager to receive a byline for her environmental writing, and is now a regular contributor.