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a periodical published by a business firm for its employees and customers

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1 is the warning-cum-dressing down on the Union Leader's editorial page, house organ of the GOP.
A complete set of a very well-known house organ, Norden News, even with 26 holding libraries, could not be assembled.
So, without realizing it at first, I was actually reading a house organ.
Tooling & Production was born as Progress, the house organ of the Special Tool, Die, and Machine Shop Industry Trade Association (STDMSI), in August of that year.
Its house organ, the American Rifleman, isn't as snappy or as broad spectrum as G&A because it must do the serious work of covering legislation and matches and legal precedents.
lt;<Democracia y PR: el caos y el orden>>, House Organ.
In her column in the current issue of AMTDA house organ Tool Lynne Anderson, who chairs the trade association, reports the task force that set parameters for the proposed event decided to come up with a clean-slate show concept.
And I would be the first to agree that self-criticism is an essential element in TCG's house organ (which it remains, even when it aspires to be something beyond that).
As the 2000 presidential election campaign was heading into its final weeks, Foreign Affairs, the house organ of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), sent a message to its prestigious readership.
Then one day he noticed an item in Wal-Mart World, the retailer's house organ, to the effect that his company had just purchased the 21-store Wertkauf hypermarket chain in Germany.
In 1972, I'd just returned to LA from a teaching stint at Berkeley, moved back into my day studio in Pasadena, and resumed writing my 'Los Angeles Letter' for Artforum--the column of reviews meant to answer the ongoing question, 'Why is the house organ for New York minimalism even bothering with art from its old hometown?
That's the question rhetorically posed on the cover of the March edition of ``California Educator,'' the house organ of the California Teachers Association.
Many of these physicists lent their weight to lobbying for arms control, while the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, the house organ for such types, used as its banner the clever device of a clock set close to midnight to warn how close we were to extinction.
The Stars and Stripes newspaper, a quasi house organ for the U.