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Synonyms for broadsheet

an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution

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Broadsheet, a company incorporated in the Isle of Man, was hired by the NAB during former president Pervez Musharraf's regime to investigate hidden assets of over 150 Pakistanis abroad including the Sharif family.
While NAB's agreement with Broadsheet seems partisan, Reko Diq was a strictly commercial deal.
The NAB resolved that Broadsheet's contract was 'fraudulent', however, on the advice of the legal team, it was decided that the 'fraudulent' aspect would not be raised in the appeal as this ground was not brought up in the initial litigation.
Asked why he resigned from the broadsheet, Salvosa said he did not agree to the publication of the story about the supposed matrix that linked journalists and lawyers to the purported ouster plot against Duterte.
Sheila Cabidog, Gawad Lasallianeta chair, noting that the newspaper earned more than 40 percent of the votes and bested four other broadsheets.
Broadsheet LLC was hired by NAB during former president Pervez Musharraf's era to trace assets in the UK and US of more than 200 Pakistanis (called 'targets' in the contract) including generals, politicians and businessmen with Benazir Bhutto, Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif as the chief targets.
The package comprising the broadsheet newspaper and colour leisure section with classified advertisements titled Tabloid is launched.
A 2-member bench of SC presided over by Justice Sheikh Azmat Seed took up the case regarding the petition filed by International Firm Broadsheet LLC seeking volume 10 of PANAMA-JIT on Tuesday.
"I was a fresher at the time of my appointment in the company's press and I have all along been lucky to witness the phenomenal growth of the Gulf Times from the modest levels of being a tabloid (Saturdays and Wednesdays) into a full-fledged daily broadsheet over more than three and a half decades," said Pinto while recalling his initial days with the company's temporary premises in the Doha Industrial Area.
Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed, who took up the application filed by senior lawyer Sardar Latif Khosa on behalf of M/s Broadsheet LLC in his chambers on Thursday, asked the lawyer to submit additional documents, including the interim award granted by sole arbitrator Sir Anthony Evans QC in London against Pakistan.
de Guzman (left) formalizes the Department of Transportation's collaboration with the 'Mission: PHL' Envoys and Expats Awards of the BusinessMirror (Transportation Infrastructure category), through the signing of a memorandum of agreement with the broadsheet's Editor in Chief Jun B.
Focusing on political stories in print newspapers during the years when Tony Blair was prime minister of the UK and combining Raymond WilliamsAE concept of keywords with corpus linguistics and critical stylistics, the authors analyze the language of political news to illustrate how words are key indicators of the ideology and culture of the Blair years and how the language of the governmentAEs worldview was adopted by broadsheet newspapers of the time.
A big change took place in January, 2004, when the Examiner changed its format from broadsheet to its current 'compact' format.
SEATTLE -- Bartell Drugs has revamped its weekly ad circular, switching from a broadsheet to a tabloid format, and using cleaner graphics and feature-oriented headings to make it easier for consumers to read and use.
Here's the take of Keith Hackett (above, left) in a broadsheet paper on Monday: "Alexis Sanchez was clearly offside and interfering with an opponent and, in my opinion, it should have been disallowed."