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    used its whole front page for one photo

    Several newspapers splashed pictures of the eclipse across their front pages thursday. The top sellig Sun tabloid used its whole front page for one photo, letting it speak for itself without a headlineor comment.

    HI.
    In this case,does "used one photo for its whole front page" mean the same thing? Or are they totally different?


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    Re: used its whole front page for one photo

    Quote Originally Posted by redgiant View Post
    Several newspapers splashed pictures of the eclipse across their front pages thursday. The top sellig Sun tabloid used its whole front page for one photo, letting it speak for itself without a headlineor comment.

    HI.
    In this case,does "used one photo for its whole front page" mean the same thing? Or are they totally different?
    same as what?
    "used its whole front page for one photo" -- there was one photo in the front page of Sun similarly to other papers; however, with Sun, there was nothing more, nothing less, just a photo. There was no comment.

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