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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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Simrock and the subsequent German reprinters punched the eighth notes adjacent but sometimes overlapping with the held note.
Since he cannot sell his work as cheaply as the pirate reprinter can, the rightful publisher thus finds far less market for the original edition, less than that reprinter who moreover has the advantage of producing the work of one author in a consistent series; as, for example, Simrock and several Parisian publishers who produce your works [for sale].
Hartel's letter to Beethoven in 1803 mentioned a pirate reprinter in Offenbach, likely Andre himself.
To bring some measure of regulation and propriety to these practices, publishers began to observe "what they called a `courtesy copyright,' in which the American reprinter [of a work first published abroad] had sole rights if he was the first to produce a book in this country.
The historian Adrian Johns describes the lively market for reprinters in early America, importers and republishers of British material under copyright.