Examples of mag in a Sentence
flip through this month's fashion mags to find out what's in style
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Rau was set to grace the cover of the girlie mag’s November/December issue, but her picture was swapped out with one of Hugh Hefner, who died in September.
Ad rates for those mags will likely be reduced as a result but Time Inc. hopes the cost savings, plus a reinvigorated focus on less-frequent but chunkier print products, will more than make up for it and potentially attract new advertisers.
Twenty-seven years later, People's curious tradition of ranking celebrity beauty continues, but as new research from JAMA Dermatology shows, the mag's criteria for its annual feature appears to have changed over time.
Here are the rules: Your goal is to draft Celebrities who will make the pages of the weekly mags.
Under her watch, the publication has transformed from standard teen fashion mag to something of a political and cultural force.
The fashion mag reports that Tuesday night's seemingly drastic chop was actually a faux lob, with the rest of her hair tucked up somewhere underneath.
The fashion mag reports that Tuesday night's seemingly drastic chop was actually a faux lob, with the rest of her hair tucked up somewhere underneath, presumably with the help of a little bit of glam squad magic.
Apparently the effort to find a new Chargers stadium in San Diego is ongoing, according to Chargers Gameday mag.
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First Known Use of mag
Synonymsbook, bulletin, diurnal, gazette, journal, magazine, newspaper, organ, paper, periodical, rag, review, serial, zine
Related Wordsannual, bimonthly, biweekly, daily, monthly, quarterly, semimonthly, semiweekly, triweekly, weekly, yearbook; digest, little magazine; fanzine; pictorial, slick; broadside, edition, extra, sheet, supplement, tab, tabloid; newsletter, newsmagazine, newsweekly
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