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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnewsprintnews‧print /ˈnjuːzˌprɪnt $ ˈnuːz-/ noun [uncountable]  TCNcheap paper used mostly for printing newspapers on
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newsprintLots of newsprint cut out and stuck on.The ban on local sale of newsprint to Nasa Borba makes it necessary to import it from abroad at steep prices.Then the train was gone, in a waft of vacuum that sent a sheet of newsprint spiraling into the sky.Finishing the story, Rita pulls out large sheets of newsprint on which she has pasted pictures from the story.He felt as flammable as old newsprint.The format is A4 on newsprint, and is mainly black and white, with colour covers, keeping costs low.He scanned the newsprint greedily while his teeth sank into the bacon sandwich, the melted margarine dribbling over his fingers.An arm came loose and fell off, revealing scrunched up newsprint where there should have been ligament, bone and muscle.
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