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Vocabulary Lesson 20
dummy: model of how a newspaper page will look
beat: the area or subject a reporter covers
bleeds: the picture goes to the edge of the page
widow: a word on a line by itself at the end of a paragraph During International Jazz Day on April 30, which is the last day of Americas jazz Appreciation Month, there is likely no better place to be than the corner of 18 th and Vine in Kansas City, Missouri.
typo: a mistake in a printed word caused by hitting the wrong key The dag begged for a treat.
masthead: where the newspapers name, publishers, and editors are listed
scoop: a story published by one paper before any others
crop: cut off part of a picture
stringer: a reporter who is not on staff, but send in stories