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the act or process of publishing printed matter

an issue of printed material offered for sale or distribution

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At the same time, there always has been a steady sale of his books in England, and some of them never have been out of print in that country since the publication of 'Typee.
The present writer lived for some time within a short distance of his house, but found no opportunity to meet him until it became necessary to obtain his portrait for an anthology in course of publication.
The immediate acceptance of 'Typee' by John Murray was followed by an arrangement with the London agent of an American publisher, for its simultaneous publication in the United States.
The supporting data for any scientific investigation should be maintained in your office files for a minimum of 5 to 7 years after publication.
FARM JOURNAL, has been selected as one of the nation's top 25 business publications by BtoB Media Business, the magazine for business publishing executives.
So the Nixon administration went to court, arguing that continued publication would do serious harm to the nation's security in a time of war.
As past editor of Professional School Counseling, I have learned much about the publication process and have had the opportunity to read hundreds of manuscripts submitted for publication consideration in a national journal.
The hardest part of creating and maintaining a good employee publication is walking the line between your two audiences: executives and managers, and rank-and-file employees.
Naturally, data should be protected from general release prior to either publication or authorization from the data submitters, whichever comes first.
Beginning in 1937, the FBI's UCR Program collected and published statistics on law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in its annual publication, Crime in the United States.
The revised publication schedule responds to the results of customer surveys, the increased use of the Internet to access information on a more timely basis, and the Board's desire to provide a broader range of articles on topics of interest to Bulletin readers.
It was a good publication, but it was one of a bunch that did what it did; its claims of unique excellence, fashioned over so brief an existence, aren't immediately apparent to an outside observer.
455 says you trigger the DSI by moving a publication out of the company.
Earlier this year, TAPPI and PIMA began discussions on combining their respective publications, TAPPI JOURNAL and PIMA's Papermaker, into a new publication that would serve the changing needs of their members and the worldwide paper industry.
We try to provide a complete view of what is going on in Washington," says Toby McIntosh, who edits BNA's Daily Report for Executives, a summary publication that pulls material from BNA's vast arsenal of reports.