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have your nose in a ˈbook, magaˈzine, etc.

(informal) be reading something and giving it all your attention: She’s always got her nose in a book.
See also: have, nose

girlie magazine

n. a magazine featuring pictures of nude women. The girlie magazines were hidden under the counter.
See also: girlie, magazine
References in classic literature ?
But this isn't that," and Tom picked up the magazine and leafed it to find the article he had been reading.
During the fifteen years of his literary life Poe was connected with various newspapers and magazines in Richmond, Philadelphia and New York.
In broad lime-light," he answered, studying the magazine again, "to set eyes on my own once more.
I never thought much of that magazine, anyway," said Diana hotly.
He discovered that in the intervals, when she had nothing to do, she read books and magazines, or worked on some sort of feminine fancy work.
He was cheered to read in BOOK NEWS, in a paragraph on the payment of magazine writers, not that Rudyard Kipling received a dollar per word, but that the minimum rate paid by first-class magazines was two cents a word.
He played his flashes down the Mare Island shore, blowing up five torpedo boats, the torpedo station, and the great magazine at the eastern end of the island.
Then," said Felix, "I move that the name be The King Monthly Magazine.
CARTER WATSON, a current magazine under his arm, strolled slowly along, gazing about him curiously.
Real application to newspaper and magazine writing secured him after four years a place on 'Eraser's Magazine,' and he was married.
After long debate she subscribed to a woman's magazine, the patterns and lessons of which she decided were the best suited to her taste and purse.
The period is that which follows on my connection with Blackwood's Magazine.
We had files of those good old family magazines which used to publish coloured lithographs of popular paintings, and I was allowed to use some of these.
It was done in 1907: it appeared in various magazines as a serial in 1908 and it was published in the Fall of that year.
Laughing a little over her fancy, yet with something of a creepy sensation in the region of her spine, Anne kissed her hand to Gog and Magog and slipped out into the fog, with some of the new magazines under her arm for Leslie.