print column

print column

A column of data on a printed report that may be subtotaled or totaled. Print columns are the heart of a report writer's description.
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IWROTE this, my last print column for the Post, on a machine more than 80 years old.
I WROTE this, my last print column for the Liverpool ECHO, on a machine more than 80 years old.
It's the last print column from me this year, and I hope that wherever you are you are all surviving the heat/cold of your summer/winter, and all phases in-between.
Times expands 'DealBook': The New York Times said earlier this month that it has added more reporters and features to its "DealBook" franchise, a print column, web site section and e-mail newsletters that focus on business mergers and acquisitions, private equity, hedge funds and regulation.
She also had a print column in Standart daily in 2002/05.
This news organization regularly covers media news--we have a weekly print column and a weekly e-newsletter dedicated to it--and we even report on our direct competitors (and they sometimes report on us).
Additionally, coverage of the foodservice sector will increase via a print column to appear in every issue and a new monthly Trend Alert newsletter.
After being diagnosed with cancer, Novak retired from the print column but continued to write exclusively for creators.
In early 2008, I dropped my monthly online column for EContent, and this will be my last print column.
Or if a print column is edited for length, we may refer to the longer version online.
Best Print Column (small), Sylvester Brown, Take Five