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Spell check of news

Correct spelling: news

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Examples of usage:

1) There was news for both. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) There no news of His miracles had come from Jerusalem. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

3) Perhaps I ought to tell you that Mr. Maule took the news very quietly, General Lingard. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.