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make news

To garner attention and be the topic of conversation. Sam's sudden resignation really made news today—everyone in the office is talking about it!
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Making news Making news OVER THE PAST three months a group of 30 students have taken part in the BBC School Report project.
In a country where every other sport is a second class citizen to cricket EoAC" with football making news only with its odd achievements at the sub-continental or south Asian level EoAC" the 34-year-old Bhutia had always managed to grab the eyeballs.
Red Mango was also making news as one of the five winners of the 15th annual Hot Concepts
the model from Cardiff making news as Gary Lineker's latest squeeze, claims she turned the former footballer into a Bluebirds' supporter when City were oop for Coop.
This paper is the result of an evaluation of the Making News Today Project.
Lots of Chamber members have been making news this month.
Making News, a new book on media relations by David Henderson that is billed as "a straight-shooting guide to media relations," falls short of its goal.
Metellus says rich dark navies, blacks, earth tones, and cognac are dominating men's footwear, while luxe burgundies and rich saddle shades are making news in women's shoes.
Agri Marketing magazine has reinstated its prestigious Product of the Year award, which recognizes products or services that are making news today and will undoubtedly stand the test of time as major contributors to the ag industry.
NEWLYWED star Jessica Simpson is making news again with her shopping habits and ability to operate household appliances.
Among the moves making news in early 2004 have been an arrangement to move Geneva Steel equipment in Utah to China and the permanent shutdown of Slater Steel mills in Canada and the U.
The headgear making news now was the white fedora he wore in the Moonwalk video,on offer at a record fair in Liverpool and reckoned to fetch around pounds 800.
Former softball players from the area are making news in the college ranks lately, specifically Cal State Fullerton's Jodie Cox (Quartz Hill, 1999) and Colgate's Natalie Rawson (Highland, 2001).
But the situation started making news in 1998, when a man named Peter Veeck set out to rehabilitate an old building in Denison, Texas.
THE World's Biggest School Trip Ever will still be making news in the next millennium - thanks to forward-thinking pupils at a Scottish school.