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a Sunday newspaper in Great Britain; founded in 1791. It is published in London by the Observer Limited. The Observer is a moderately liberal newspaper intended mainly for readers from the bourgeois intelligentsia. Circulation, 730,000 (1976). [18–681–1; updated]

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And by the sermon-book was the Observer newspaper, damp and neatly folded, and for Sir Pitt's own private use.
LONDON, Jumada II 29, 1436, Apr 18, 2015, SPA -- Britain's opposition Labour Party has slipped slightly further behind the ruling Conservatives ahead of next month's general election, according to an opinion poll to be published in Sunday's Observer newspaper, Reuters reported.
The students, who reportedly flew to Istanbul from Sudan earlier this month, went to the region "to help, not to fight", a Turkish politician assisting the families told The Observer newspaper.
According to the Observer newspaper budgets for temporary staff this financial year have been blown apart with spending in some parts of the NHS running at twice the planned figure.
What we have seen over the past week is financial markets catching up with the data," Andrew Haldane told Britain's Observer newspaper.
Oman Rail has explained the tender instructions to the 18 international consortia and joint venture partnerships that aim to bid for the design and build package of the 207-km Segment 1 of the railway project, added the report in the Oman Daily Observer newspaper.
com)-- Joan Inglis and her award winning company Carolina Spaces LLC is recently featured in both The North Carolina Association of Realtors[R] Insight Magazine, and The Charlotte Observer newspaper.
Scottish Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said the political momentum is with the Yes campaign as the Glasgow Commonwealth Games come to a close, in an interview with the Observer newspaper.
According to the Observer newspaper, confidential papers claim the huge salary increases are necessary because of the complex financial task facing the bosses.
Susan Boyle, 52, the Scottish singing sensation from 'Britain's Got Talent,' has told the Observer newspaper in an interview published Saturday that she has been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome.
PRIZE: Amnesty International''s 2013 Student Human Rights Reporter of the Year Lauren Wilks with deputy editor of the Observer newspaper Paul Webster
The buyer is listed as Los Angeles-based Beverly Park Corporation, which the Observer newspaper reported is shopping second developer Frank Lowy, Australia's second richest man.