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publish again

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revive (a cancelled will or a libel)

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THE decision by a Danish newspaper to republish a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad wearing a turban shaped like a bomb was insulting and offensive and, not surprisingly, sparked outrage in the Islamic world.
It's been out of print for a long time now but there's still a lot of interest in it which is why we've chosen to republish it," said Bar-rie Henderson, managing director of Top That
The main page offers gateway links that take visitors to well-aimed pages that reassemble and republish campus information in order to serve the overlapping and contrasting needs of particular audiences, such as parents or transfer students.
In consequence, I now have new material on some 700 men and I plan to republish a revised edition of the Master Roll in the next 24 months.
Li never agreed to the retraction and is seeking to republish the study in another peer-reviewed journal, which the JOEM has prevented by refusing to release its copyright according to Dr.
Under the agreement, US Gold will republish and distribute Sanctuary Woods' entire line of interactive products, including new entertainment products such as "Wolf," an eagerly awaited survival adventure game which won "Best Game of Show" from Electronic Games at the 1994 Winter CES; "Radio Active," a multiplayer music trivia game; and "The Journeyman Project Turbo," a faster version of the classic adventure game.
Worse than the plagiarism itself, the purchaser of the rip-off copy is given the "right" to republish the stolen work.