The production of genuine popular ballads began to wane in the fifteenth century when the printing press gave circulation
to the output of cheap London writers and substituted reading for the verbal memory by which the ballads had been transmitted, portions, as it were, of a half mysterious and almost sacred tradition.
During the interval of three centuries which has elapsed since the publication of this volume of Nevelet's, no book, with the exception of the Holy Scriptures, has had a wider circulation
than Aesop's Fables.
Tarwater, stoking the fire, would sometimes ask Liverpool, beating now one released hand and now the other as he fought for circulation
where he steered in the freezing stern-sheets.
Of these polypi, in a large specimen, there must be many thousands; yet we see that they act by one movement: they have also one central axis connected with a system of obscure circulation, and the ova are produced in an organ distinct from the separate individuals.
It was very different from the circulation of the fluid in the elastic bag, containing the thin extremity of the axis.
How are children's chapter books circulations
compared to adult fiction?
newspapers, with almost half of them reporting a Monday-Friday average (others report Thursday-Saturday or Thursday-Sunday, still others report Tuesday-Friday and so on as the AAM last year stopped requiring daily newspapers with circulations
of more than 50,000 to provide five-day-average figures).
In an era of newspaper-business bad news, a flat circulation
report is cause for rejoicing and the Audit Bureau of Circulations
last week delivered just that: it said that average daily circulation
among the 613 U.
The Audit Bureau of Circulations
yesterday released figures on U.
Calculated by the Audit Bureau of Circulations
(ABC), the figures reflect the average circulation
across all 24 editions of OT published between January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008.
30, according to unaudited numbers filed by the Audit Bureau of Circulations
figures released by the two papers are unaudited but have been submitted to the Audit Bureau of Circulations
These events have raised troubling questions about the veracity of all newspapers' circulation
claims and about the authority of the Audit Bureau of Circulations
, an organization created in 1914 by publishers, advertisers, advertising agents and others with an interest in bringing order to what then was a chaos of conflicting circulation
claims by competing publications.
According to the FAS-FAX report, released by the Audit Bureau of Circulations
, the Republic's daily circulation
decreased by 19,205 copies and Sunday circulation
was down 9,834 copies.
over 700 of which are audited by the Audit Bureau of Circulations