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● n. m. ►USENET Message cousin du courrier électronique, posté sur l'Usenet, dans un newsgroup, c'est-à-dire publiquement. Tout comme un CE, un article est composé d'un en-tête (header) nécessaire à sa manipulation par les logiciels de gestion des news, et d'un corps (body) qui contiendra votre prose. Syn. News.

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