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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A listing of the author's name under the title of an article.

Usage examples (36)
  • The term byline is derived from the verb byl (it was), and etymologically signifies the recital of that which happened in times gone by.
  • For me, the byline is the most satisfactory aspect of the writing life.
  • (EDS: A tag byline follows each item.) c. 2009 New York Times News Service@
  • The byline is that line that immediately follows your story title on the manuscript. for more
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