bulldog edition


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bulldog edition

The first edition of a daily newspaper. This is the bulldog edition, so it was probably published before the game ended late last night.
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bulldog edition

n. the first edition of a newspaper edition to hit the streets. The story appeared in the bulldog edition, but it was all wrong.
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It seems incredible, but every evening at nine, we used to get into a line in front of our newsstand and wait for the bulldog edition of The Daily News.
This makes it different from your typical bulldog edition, an early Sunday paper that hits newsstands late Saturday night.
Brennan cites a corresponding gain in Sunday circulation, thanks to a bulldog edition that's now three years old.
Also in May, the Times brought back a Sunday bulldog edition published on Saturdays with ad inserts and feature stories that was not produced during the strike.
30 -- even with a single-copy boost of 10,000 from the Sunday bulldog edition launched about a year ago.
Readers who ordered pizza and Pepsi on weekends also got the Herald's Sunday bulldog edition -- and United Way got a slice of the profits.
In Washington, where the nation's high and mighty carefully weigh public opinion before making any major decisions, The Washington Post says reader demand spurred the recent launch of a Saturday bulldog edition of its Sunday paper.
The Boston Globe is rolling out a Sunday bulldog edition Oct.