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Synonyms for reissue

rerelease

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Synonyms for reissue

a publication (such as a book) that is reprinted without changes or editing and offered again for sale

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print anew

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issue (a new version of)

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Soon, African American editors in mainstream publishing houses, who had their own notions of what classic literature was and should be, were reissuing books they considered important and relevant for modern audiences.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is reissuing the Transportation Acquisition Regulations (TAR).
Reissuing their two early 7"s (And throwing in some live tracks from a Japan tour) comes the Tri City Thundercats.
In reissuing a report in connection with an IPO, the predecessor is exposed to a risk that didn't exist originally.
DCC was founded in 1986 by Marshall Blonstein, ex-president of the Island and Ode labels, for the purpose of reissuing music that had long been unavailable.
As we celebrate Stonewall 30 this summer, Columbia Records has lovingly spiffed up its own slice of history, reissuing the original cast recordings for six variously entrancing musicals: Cinderella, Flower Drum Song, Gypsy, Sweet Charity, Marne, and No, No, Nanette.
Though New York-based Rialto Pictures specializes in the theatrical reissuing of restored versions of such legendary films as Fellini's "Nights of Cabiria" (1957) and Godard's "Contempt" (1963), Rialto co-presidents Bruce Goldstein and Mike Thomas are proud to point out that the genesis of their company revolves around a film that isn't normally grouped with those of the European masters: Russ Meyer's "Faster, Pussycat
Under the deemed reissuance rule, B is treated as reissuing the obligation to X with a $70 issue price and a $100 stated redemption price at maturity.
Martin's Press next month is reissuing the 1978 "novelization" of The Red Shoes: The Classic Story ($16.
More importantly, instant issuance has given us the ability to ease many of our members' concerns by securely reissuing them a replacement card right away, cutting back on the disruption to daily lifestyles many of these cardholders could otherwise experience.
Open to Judgement', 'Resurrection' and 'Wound of Knowledge' by Dr Rowan Williams, the newly named replacement for George Carey as Archbishop of Canterbury are in such demand that publishers Darton, Longman and Todd have responded by reissuing them.
Avenue has been mining the old Bethlehem catalog, reissuing many interesting, if not essential works by greats and near-greats of '50s bop, swing and mainstream jazz.
Sony Classical is busy reissuing his old Columbia Masterworks LPs, restoring repertoire not previously available on CD (this is the company's second reissue program since Bernstein's death).
For example, reissuing checks returned as "undeliverable" cost approximately $20 per transaction versus pennies for an auto-adjudicated claim.