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Synonyms for circulation

Synonyms for circulation

circular movement around a point or about an axis

the passing out or spreading about of something

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the dissemination of copies of periodicals (as newspapers or magazines)

(library science) the count of books that are loaned by a library over a specified period

number of copies of a newspaper or magazine that are sold

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free movement or passage (as of cytoplasm within a cell or sap through a plant)

the spread or transmission of something (as news or money) to a wider group or area

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Detailed collection statistics act as critical diagnostic data for improving circulation. Identifying materials with decreasing usage is just as important as recognizing materials with increasing usage.
Ever since digital readership came into play, producing accurate and true circulation figures has become something of an exercise in quantum theory.
The latest release of "Snapshot," the AAM bi-annual report that came out on Thursday, indicates that Gannett's USA Today has the largest average daily circulation in the country, with 3,255,157 total average five-day circulation, a jump of 94.4 percent when comparing Oct.
Currency in circulation comprises notes and coins held by the general public (businesses and households), and held by banks and other financial institutions.
The Times had the highest circulation on Sundays with 1.6 million.
The Post was listed 14th among the top 25 for Sunday circulation. It had a circulation of 400,042.
Once a donor has been without circulation long enough that autoresuscitation cannot occur, and since DCD donors have do-not-resuscitate orders and medical resuscitation will not occur, the permanent cessation of circulation inevitably and rapidly evolves into irreversible cessation.
At various stages of his career, Vince served as subscription sales director for the seven magazines then published by CBS; circulation director at Success Unlimited in Chicago; circulation director for New York magazine, where he "substantially increased New York's circulation," in the words of his friend, Robert Cohn; circulation director and associated publisher at Scholastic Inc.'s 1983 start-up, Family Computing, and various stints at Hearst Magazines and Times Mirror Magazines.
Hitting a peak of 20,043 in November 2008, our average circulation figure now stands at 19,442.
The Morning News of Springdale posted the biggest drop with a 3.56 percent decline in average circulation for Monday through Saturday.
An analysis by the Newspaper Association of America of data from the Audit Bureau of Circulations has revealed that US newspaper circulation fell by 2.5% as of the end of March 2006, as readers moved to alternative media sources such as the Internet.
Dixon simulated various scenarios for ocean circulation in the North Atlantic from now until 2100.
From the second half of 1999 (just prior to the dot-com bust when newsstand sales for business publications peaked) to the second half of 2004, our magazine posted the highest overall circulation increase at 5.9% and was the only business/finance publication with more newsstand sales now than during the 1999 market peak.
Abstract: Nara Milanich, "The Casa de Huerfanos and Child Circulation in Late-Nineteenth-Century Chile"
de Sa (coordinator), Daniele (Asst.) phone: 55 11 3767-7520 Circulation: 130,000/month Recent headlines: Result-oriented cooperatives Northeastern Mato Grosso replaces cattle with soybeans Conab forecasts 3.1% less in 2004 grain harvest