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And it was while these stories were being republished that Publishers Weekly proclaimed, "Hubbard's stunning writing ability and creative imagination set him apart as one of the greatest literary figures of the 20th century.
Sauerhaft said if someone tries to right-click and copy a republished article through repubHub, they will be prompted to obtain a license first.
BEIRUT: The controversial new rent law was republished in the official gazette.
An article in MEDLINE that has been corrected and republished by its producers (authors or publishers) is referenced by the newer version, and the original document's bibliographic entry is changed to indicate that it is now not considered reliable and is linked in the index to the newer, more correct and authoritative version.
The books will be republished in a modern readable typeface and with the covers redesigned.
The Chicago Tribune article was about United's 2002 bankruptcy filing and it was written in December 2002, but was allegedly picked up by an investment advisory and research firm and republished as though it was current.
HISTORY buffs in Solihull will be able to take a trip back in time when celebrated author Edith Holden's Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady is republished.
This is the second time that Curl's book on the history and influence of Egyptian and Egyptianesque design has been republished in a fully revised version, and this latest edition is as fascinating and provocative as its predecessors.
Some pieces have been republished in the local newspaper, the South Bend Tribune.
And, before it is republished as a hardback for $32.
Thirty-six essays published between 1965 and 2001 have been revised, rebaptized with new titles, and republished in the volumes under review.
The book has been republished with additional material in 2003 to mark Blackham's centenary.
The distinction is important because if an article is republished, the statute of limitations on lawsuits begins with the republication date rather than with the initial publication date.
Sidney Smith's epitaph on Pitt is republished in an abbreviated form to show present Edinburgh how it has forsaken old prejudices and principles; a lesson to us all to be moderate in denouncing others: "To the Right Honourable William Pitt, whose errors in foreign policy and lavish expenditure of our resources at home have laid the foundation of national bankruptcy, this monument was erected by many weak men, who mistook his eloquence for wisdom and his insolence for magnanimity, by many unworthy men whom he had enobled, and by many base men whom he had enriched at the public expense.