Definition of Newsstands

1. Noun. (plural of newsstand) ¹



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Definition of Newsstands

1. newsstand [n] - See also: newsstand

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Newsstands

newsperson
newspersons
newsplan
newsprint
newsprints
newsreader
newsreaders
newsreel
newsreels
newsroom
newsrooms
newsroomwide
newssheet
newsstand
newsstand operator
newsstands (current term)
newsstore
newsstores
newsvendor
newsvendors
newsweeklies
newsweekly
newswire
newswires
newswoman
newswomen
newsworthily
newsworthiness
newsworthy
newswriter

Literary usage of Newsstands

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Closing the Budget Gap: How Local Governments Generate $30-$40 Billion by Michael Silverstein (1996)
"In a move that would involve advertising on more than 400 newsstands, 3300 bus shelters and three dozen public toilets, however, New York City may soon get ..."

2. Human Rights in Tajikistan: In the Wake of Civil War by Rachel Denber (1993)
"Distributors reportedly claim that they do not put these newspapers on the newsstands because the lack of '* Interview with Human Rights Watch/Helsinki ..."

3. The American Office: Its Organization, Management and Records by John William Schulze (1914)
"If the Aldermen should, in adopting it, include provisions permitting the location of newsstands on streets where the stoop line has been abolished and at ..."

4. Tuscany and Umbria by Emma Jones (2004)
"Phone: Public telephones accept coins, cards (carta telefonica, available from newsstands, tabacchi and some caffes in denominations of €5 and, increasingly ..."

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