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Synonyms for reprint

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

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a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication

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print anew

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is a business software and information company that simplifies how research-intensive companies and other organizations procure, manage and share content in compliance with copyright, Good Reprint Practices, and Good Promotional Practices.
Bingham Dai, Opium Addiction in Chicago, (1937; reprint, Montclair, N.
Selection criteria for reprints of articles used in various chapters are not elucidated.
The biggest publishing companies like McGraw-Hill recognize reprints as a real profit center.
For researchers and information managers, this combined workflow tool will deliver substantial time savings across the research lifecycle: from search to discovery to procurement," says Ian Palmer, Head of Marketing at Reprints Desk.
Goebel omitted that statement from its proper location, immediately following the prefatory letters, in his reprint of the De Germanorum (1730a, 1:27), but did repeat it in his own description of the circumstances surrounding its publication (1730a, 1:vii).
Complete visibility into the ordering process allows users from different departments and/or different locations to see the cost of each reprint as the size of the aggregated order increases.
Black Ivory: A History of British Slavery by James Walvin Howard University reprint edition, June 1994, $21.
And content users seeking permissions and reprints are coming to expect Rightslink as their interface.
Campari's programs include a continuation of its successful House of Campari with visual arts exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles and Miami; REPRINT, a curated compilation of artist-made magazines; and Campari Talks -- an artist discussion series with Artists Space in New York, REDCAT in Los Angeles and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
CAAT benefits include increased purchasing power and lower per-unit costs for organizations that do not currently aggregate journal article reprint orders, and significant time and opportunity cost savings to those organizations that aggregate orders manually by phone or via e-mail.
We have also seen far fewer complaints about missing documents and a much quicker reprint time for documents demanded by customers.
The solution is an extension of Reprints Desk's reprint services including online ordering, publisher-licensing services, multichannel/multiplatform deployment including iPads and healthcare professional (HCP) portals.
journals, Taylor & Francis now has a measurably faster and more efficient workflow for processing reprint orders.