The headline read “What she’s hiding!
This would hugely expand the tax base, allowing a drop in the headline tax rate.
That’s because the headline daily figure only includes people who died within 28 days of testing positive.
In one meeting last week, one of the people said, reporters expressed their anger over the headline to Mr.
Higher oil prices may push up the headline rate in many countries round the world.
As Tim Hill pointed out in the Guardian, the “TOPLESS BAR” headline wasn’t Vinnie’s only masterwork.
The assumption in that headline is that a big drop in new home construction is a bad thing for the economy.
The headline inflation rate, which stood at 1.4% in January, has been buffeted around by movements in oil prices.
The ECB has raised interest rates as oil prices have pushed headline inflation above its medium-term target of 2%.
Core inflation usually converges towards the headline number, which reflects more accurately the drain on people’s pockets.
Nas, who will headline the opening night, has sold over 30 million records worldwide in a hip-hop career that has lasted over 25 years.
A photo in the other skybox was of Pamela Anderson, also in an unbecoming shot, who was, according to the headline, “Destroyed by Plastic Surgery!”
“Man Arrested for Starting Oregon Fire Gets Released Without Bail, Sets 6 More Fires,” read one headline, by the pro-police news outlet Blue Lives Matter.
The headline was widely considered offensive within the newsroom, these people said, and was even coming up when members of the staff went out in the field to interview sources.
The ECU found that while the article itself was an accurate account of a study, the study had no direct bearing on human reproduction, and the headline was therefore misleading.
"I was biking home from work, and there's a newspaper machine that dispenses the news in Chinese, and it had a headline, a very dramatic headline, big, bold letters, but I don't read Chinese," Levy said.
was the headline on the piece, whose effect, from a P.R. point of view, was that of a Japanese baseball manager who after a trip to Yankee Stadium is quoted in a headline saying, “YOU CALL THAT A BALLPARK?”
A competition once managed by Michael Kinsley, who was then the editor of The New Republic, asked readers to write the world’s most boring headline, one that could top the headline placed over an Op-Ed by the notoriously earnest Times columnist Flora Lewis: “Worthwhile Canadian Initiative.”
Beginning with the story of a simple burglary at Democratic headquarters and then continuing with headline after headline, Bernstein and Woodward keep the tale of conspiracy and the trail of dirty tricks coming — delivering the stunning revelations and pieces in the Watergate puzzle that brought about Nixon's scandalous downfall.
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