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    In newspaper publishing, a page size of a newspaper corresponding to 11I inches wide by 15 or 17 inches long, or roughly half the size of a standard size newspaper. As tabloid size paper was often used to print so-called "scandal sheets," the term "tabloid" itself has come to refer to splashy, attention-grabbing (and, some would say, somewhat "sleazy") journalism, hence the popular term "tabloid TV."

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