One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A magazine published by a company to be read by its employees and dealing mainly with its own activities.
- ‘Helping myself to a complimentary copy of the latest issue of the house magazine, I sat down at tile end of a row of chairs and tried to look inconspicuous.’
- ‘Change in the Church of Scotland usually happens on a geological timescale, according to the latest issue of Life And Work, its in - house magazine.’
- ‘We bring out a quarterly house magazine, where we focus on one architect every issue and showcase what work he or she has done using our products.’
- ‘There have been repeated predictions of its demise - most recently from the employers' house magazine.’
- ‘Madison and I wanted to begin the interior decorating planning right away so she spent the night with me at my hotel after Robin took us to a bookstore to buy house magazines.’
- ‘Crucially, also, he transformed the Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons from a house magazine into a scientific journal, receiving the Arthur Keith Medal.’
- ‘Although people really do do that; I've seen it in house magazines.’
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