"I could understand anyone saying that the words were from a newspaper; but that you should name which, and add that it came from the leading article
, is really one of the most remarkable things which I have ever known.
He read the leading article
, and proceeded to give a full and kindly explanation of the hard words.
There was another letter from him in the same paper, touching a bridge; there was an advertisement of a collection of similar letters by him, to be shortly republished, in a neat volume, 'with considerable additions'; and, unless I am very much mistaken, the Leading Article
was his also.
She stops in the middle of a leading article
and looks with a careworn face at the happy cat.
Fang was at that moment perusing a leading article
in a newspaper of the morning, adverting to some recent decision of his, and commending him, for the three hundred and fiftieth time, to the special and particular notice of the Secretary of State for the Home Department.
It did not, in truth, differ very much from a leading article
upon topics of general interest in the weekly newspapers.
Even in June there were leaders, letters, large headlines, leaded type; the Daily Chronicle devoting half its literary page to a charming drawing of the island capital which the new Pall Mall, in a leading article
headed by a pun, advised the Government to blow to flinders.
"I understand he has got a very brilliant young fellow to edit it, who can write the highest style of leading article
, quite equal to anything in the London papers.
Do you mean to say you have not read THE TIMES leading article
on Robert Chiltern's career?
Most of the book is devoted to First Amendment Law, integrating cases, narrative, and excerpts from leading articles
and books to provide an in-depth understanding of the religious clauses of the US Constitution.
But as Catholic Insight's analysis of CNTs coverage of Catholic morality and doctrine during the period October 2003 till February 2005 found (C.I., April 2005), its "leading articles
have broken the last bonds which restrained it from falling out completely with the Church whose ideals it originally claimed to champion.
Prof Reed is editor of The Journal of Criminal Law, and has published leading articles
in the law reviews of New York, Georgia, Florida, California and Arizona.