house organ

  1. a periodical published by a business firm for its employees and customers
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  • Granma (which, now that I've said it a few times, is a really bad name for any magazine except the house organ of the American Association of Retired People) had "compelling" "evidence" of the U.S. attack, claiming that if the parasite, which is known as varroa, had infiltrated the island naturally, it would've spread from east to west. American Beat: Bad Bee-Havior?
  • Printed on hand presses, they had small circulations, and were essentially house organs for political factions.
  • The waiter is going to get just one more positive mention since he bought me a complimentary almond tuille from the in-house organic bakery, to nibble on whilst everyone else finished up with coffee.
  • Steve Habgood was selling parsnips, artichokes, potatoes and swedes grown at Purton House Organic Farm.
  • No longer mere house organs for competing political factions, newspapers became influential and independent institutions in their own right.
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