bulldog edition


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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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3 -- ran in Bulldog edition only) Sheriff's deputies take a suspect into custody after a four-hour standoff at the Comfort Suites on the Old Road in Stevenson Ranch.
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.
The San Diego store placed the paper in high-traffic areas, increased its advertising in the paper and was among the first retailers to help launch the Union-Tribune's bulldog edition, an early Sunday edition available on Saturday.
1 -- ran in Bulldog edition only) Fighter jets, a cargo craft and a B-52 bomber were part of the lineup of aircraft on display at Van Nuys Airport during Aviation Expo 2003.
Brennan cites a corresponding gain in Sunday circulation, thanks to a bulldog edition that's now three years old.
5 -- color -- ran in Bulldog edition only) Arizona rancher Steve Edwards, who teaches Pierce college's mule training courses, warns his students to be careful, but to respect the smart, willing, four-legged critters.
1 -- ran in Bulldog edition only) Ivelise Markovits, director of Penny Lane, a treatment center for troubled youths, shares a laugh with residents Lourdes Ramos and Dana Tello.
2 -- ran in Bulldog edition only) Rick Donnelly, left, director of development at Hillcrest School, walks around the building with, from left, Richard Doyle, Jim Gulbranson and Richard Arroyo.
5 -- ran in Bulldog edition only) Teacher Connie Schwantes gets her exercise running up and down the log school house's stairs to check on kindergartners above, the older children down below.
4 -- ran in Bulldog edition only) Myrinda, the only girl of the quads, enjoys a hug from her dad, Tony Brino.
8 -- color -- ran in Bulldog edition only) Cesar Menjivar, 9, gets some training on the speed bag with help from a booster box and former welterweight champion and actor Carlos Palomino of Sherman Oaks, who mentors youngsters at a Van Nuys gym.
3 -- ran in Bulldog edition only) CHP commercial vehicle inspection specialist Gary Philpott marks a rig with a sticker showing it has passed inspection at the Castaic Inspection Facility near the Golden State Freeway.
2 -- ran in Bulldog edition only) A CHP officer prepares to merge back into traffic after helping out a motorist near the San Diego-Ventura freeways interchange.
ran in Bulldog edition only) Rachel Utiger, who raises dogs like Addie that become guides for blind people, has been given a $1,000 Prudential Community Champions Shining Star award for a second year.
2 -- 4; 4 ran in Bulldog edition only) Camarillo Ranch manager Gary Blum, above left, marvels at the attention to detail that is being taken in its restoration, which includes stripping layers of old paint off brass door hinges and stairway railings.