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broadside

1. Nautical the entire side of a vessel, from stem to stern and from waterline to rail
2. a ballad or popular song printed on one side of a sheet of paper and sold by hawkers, esp in 16th-century England

broadside

[′brȯd‚sīd]
(electromagnetism)
Perpendicular to an axis or plane.
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The continuing slump in advertising has affected all titles, broadsheets and tabloids alike.
I would appreciate a prompt reversion to broadsheet.
The shrewdly timed launch of The Herald appears to squash any rumors of other interests entering the English-language market, which has had trouble supporting more than one daily English paper in the past, evidenced most recently by The News' destruction of a short-lived broadsheet rival, The Mexico City Times, in the 1990s.
We have 94,000 more ABC1 readers than all of our broadsheet rivals.
Newhouse's The Oregonian of Portland said last Tuesday it plans to switch from a traditional broadsheet size to a new compact format that will be 11-inches wide and 15-inches tall, with sections center stapled like a magazine and nested inside one another and color available on every page.
of Cambridge) examines a broadsheet that was published in Rome in May 1555 containing information about the execution of Carthusian monks for treason 20 years earlier at the beginning of Henry VIII's break from the Roman Catholic Church.
The broadsheet Zerkalo Nedeli took an aggressive stance towards UEFA and the extra official who failed to spot the ball crossing the line.
Content for the "on the go" edition will be the same as broadsheet editions of the Chicago Tribune.
Alan Emery, aged 52, who works for regional development body Advantage West Midlands, said: "It's a big change to see something which has always been a broadsheet delivered in a different way but I think it has been done very well.
It was chosen for the latest edition as one of the two Broadsheet poets, which features the work of new young writers.
Apart from that broadsheet, it got the same space in one of the tabloids but, actually, a full page in both The Guardian and The Independent, as well as a frontpage lead and large article in the Financial Times.
Daily broadsheet Le Figaro said: "It was a dismal result.