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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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CHICAGO -- Byline Bancorp, the parent company of Byline Bank, has completed its acquisition of Oak Park River Forest Bankshares Inc in a stock transaction valued at approximately $40 million.
The transaction brings Byline's total assets to approximately USD 5.3bn, based on information as of March 31, 2019.
He's got good pace, gets to the byline and delivers good quality crosses.
The show can be heard weekdays from 6-9am and 3-6pm PDT on the Sports Byline Radio Network.
A study by Zvi Reich, of the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) Israel, has documented the process through which journalists at major newspapers fought to receive byline recognition of their work, paving the way for today's celebrity journalists.
922: In the byline, "Alison" should be spelled "Allison."
When byline strikes occur, editors often try to play them down.
For reporters, long hours of work and dogged locating of sources are justified by one reward: the byline. But wire reporters frequently are denied the pleasure of seeing their names in print.
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.
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.featurewell.com/index.cfm?AID=6409).
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.