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Truncating text: more weird Express descriptions

September 21, 2009 No Comment

I wasn't going to carry on giving examples of the Express truncating story descriptions. But SARitchie and SharkSEO sent me some ... so here are some more from today.

Australians find £5

Australians find £5. That's news.

Australians find £5. That's news.



Disaster - the great R is dead

R has expied

R has expied

Relatives of N found - 36 it would seem

Shouldn't n have 25 relatives?

Shouldn't n have 25 relatives?

The one!

Who can compete with the one?

Who can compete with the one?

Russell plays a V

Russell Crowe plays the letter V

Russell Crowe plays the letter V

That's it now.

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